zfsonlinux provides a native Linux kernel port of the ZFS filesystem so that ZFS may run natively on Linux. It is very different from ZFS-fuse which provides ZFS on top of a userspace-filesystem layer. The ZFS On Linux project is hosted on zfsonlinux.org.

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Is a degraded RAIDZ2 the same as a RAIDZ?

Background on this question: I have a litte server with five HDDs pooled together in a RAIDZ. Last week one of my HDDs died. So I bought a new HDD and replaced the dead HDD. During the resilvering the ...
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ZFS on LUKS not recognized at boot

I've got 6 physical drives in RAID-Z2, which I intend to one-by-one convert to dm-crypt devices. My process was roughly: dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdf Create keyfile /etc/crypttab.d/crypt-1.key ...
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ZFS - zpool replace never finishes

I have a 5 x 3TB raidz1 array on a ubuntu 14.04.1 server. Last month, one of the drives died (audible clicking). I was able to replace the drive with zpool replace RAID <dead drive> <new ...
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Why is ZFS not doing anything with my disk's duff sector?

I was under the impression that if an I/O error occurs during a read from a ZFS pool, two things will happen: The failure will be recorded in either the READ or CKSUM statistic of the relevant ...
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Using ZFS head node as database server?

I'm using a dual-head ZFS-backed NAS for high availability cluster shared storage, based on Nexenta's recommended architecture as seen here: The disks in 1 JBOD will store the database files for a ...
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How do I get Ubuntu to forget about a destroyed zfs pool?

I have also asked this question over on Ask Ubuntu but I thought I'd try here as well. The details can be found at: ...
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ZFS on Linux denied access when accessing child dataset on NFS

This is on 12.04 LTS with the latest ZFS on Linux from the ppa. I have two a storage pool named data, and a dataset data/Other with different settings (e.g. compression). I set data to sharenfs and ...
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Formatting a FreeNAS ZFS volume as ext4 for Linux use?

I've setup a FreeNAS server with 6x 3TB drives for use as a backup NAS via iSCSI for a Linux server (Ubuntu 12.04). The FreeNAS setup was pretty straightforward and the logical step seemed to be to ...