Bernd Walter ticso at cicely7.cicely.de
Sat Feb 23 18:57:47 UTC 2019

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> http://www.bwct.de
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