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Use one slice/partition dedicated for ZFS per physical disc and leave some space left unpartitioned. That way if you ever need to replace a drive and the replacement is 10 sectors smaller, you'll still be able to do it (http://www.freebsddiary.org/zfs-with-gpart.php). That's what Solaris automatically does, that's what FreeNAS does (https://forums.freenas....


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nc establishes a bi-directional connection. I.e. it sends stdin from host B to host A as well as the desired one from A to B. Use -d on host B to ignore stdin. -N on host A is still needed to close the TCP connection on EOF. In summary Host A: tar cf - stuff | dd | nc -N -l 12987 Host B: nc -d a.example.com 12987 | dd | tar tf -



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