Stefan Parvu sparvu at kronometrix.org
Sat Feb 23 20:08:22 UTC 2019

huh I might have missed the previous email. Got it now.
10 x thanks. 

Stefan Parvu
sparvu at kronometrix.org

> On 23 Feb 2019, at 20.57, Bernd Walter <ticso at cicely7.cicely.de> wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 23, 2019 at 08:14:50PM +0200, Stefan Parvu wrote:
>>> Exactly that's the reason why I'm using ZFS.
>>> Especially with fragile cards.
>>> It also is quite a bit faster on cards as it tends to write more linear
>>> to them and faster writes usually also mean that the cards won't wear
>>> out as fast as with slow write patterns.
>> Right. That was my first initial idea to see how ZFS will work using Transcend, SanDisk 
>> vs UFS. 
>> How did you get started with ZFS/RBPi ? I suppose you started with vanilla UFs image
>> and then made that to use a zfs pool ? Is there anywhere documented how one would 
>> start using ZFS on RBPI3 because I think there are no ready images using ZFS. Right ?
> Yes - I started with a premade image and changed the s2a root partition.
> No need to care about bootcode as it is already functional, otherwise
> the same way as you would do for amd64.
> I've already written more detail in another mail on this thread.
> -- 
> B.Walter <bernd at bwct.de <mailto:bernd at bwct.de>> http://www.bwct.de <http://www.bwct.de/>
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