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The Zetabyte File System (ZFS) is a modern file system which combines traditional file system features like a POSIX file system interface with RAID and volume management functionality. Features such as snapshot management and file share management are all managed within the ZFS interface. This management interface provides a number of opportunities to simplify system management. In the Technical Computing Services Sub-division of The Aerospace Corporation we are taking advantage of these features in a number of different ways.
First I wanted to try a ZFS (Zetabyte File System) root system. This technology does away with partitioning, slices, and size worries, vastly simplifying storage management. Unfortunately, I found through both reading and trial/error processes, this is not a good idea yet. I decided on this configuration:Software RAID volumes:.