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Aug
26
accepted How to snapshot a btrfs root file system (snapshot of /)?
Aug
26
comment How to snapshot a btrfs root file system (snapshot of /)?
Well you're right. Forgot that. Thanks!
Aug
15
revised How to snapshot a btrfs root file system (snapshot of /)?
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Aug
12
revised How to snapshot a btrfs root file system (snapshot of /)?
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Aug
12
asked How to snapshot a btrfs root file system (snapshot of /)?
Mar
5
asked Expose ZFS snapshots to shadow copy
Mar
1
accepted How to encrypt a zpool in Linux
Mar
1
asked How to encrypt a zpool in Linux
Feb
14
asked Will a virtual machine be able to output the same color depth as the host?
Feb
13
awarded  Student
Feb
13
comment Is it a bad idea to have one of multiple partitions of an ssd as cache in a raidz2 setup?
Great answer! :) In my case I believe that the workload on the system disk isn't too bad, since my OS doesn't do too many other things apart from acting as a file server. Thanks!
Feb
13
awarded  Scholar
Feb
13
accepted Is it a bad idea to have one of multiple partitions of an ssd as cache in a raidz2 setup?
Feb
13
asked Is it a bad idea to have one of multiple partitions of an ssd as cache in a raidz2 setup?
Dec
12
awarded  Informed
Dec
12
comment Alternative to RAID 10
ChrisInEdmonton: No, I will settle at any two drives. I think I will go for RAID 6 (or more likely RAID Z2, since I don't want to invest in a RAID card). RAID Z2 have greater fault tolerance than 10, and since this will be on a NAS on a Gigabit network I won't be able to utilize of all that extra speed from RAID 10.
Dec
12
comment Alternative to RAID 10
That is true. But this is the system that I do my backups to, therefore I concentrate primarily on making the data more "secure" rather than backing up the data. One could think of redundancy as creating disk with much lesser probability of failing, which would be to prefer as a backup solution compared to a drive with greater risk of failure.
Dec
12
comment Alternative to RAID 10
RAID 6 would be an option, but it would be really nice to have the speed of RAID 10, why I wanted to do some research on this first. But RAID 6 (or RAID Z2 even) maybe will be my best alternative?
Dec
12
asked Alternative to RAID 10
Mar
10
awarded  Editor