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In the 1st case, maybe some files of user1 can't be discovered by find(1) because they're hidden by some fs being mounted on top of them? In the 2nd case, maybe something is mounted somewhere under the zfs1 mountpoint and you include that in the space calculation? Incidentally, zfs get -H -o value mountpoint zpool/zfs1 will print just the mountpoint, so ...


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I'd stick with mainstream filesystems like XFS (as promoted by Red Hat) and rely on ZFS for advanced filesystem needs. This is mainly due to: Mindshare: ZFS knowledge is held in the Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris/OpenIndiana communities. Maturity: The ZFS codebase is proven and has been around for awhile. Best-practices have evolved and I can't recall seeing ...



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