ZFS over nfs

Sven-Åke Svensson sa at mbg.se
Wed Dec 15 08:46:34 UTC 2010

Ok, thank you. If I understand what you say there could be an 
administrative mess but no real problem with the file system.



2010-12-10 16:09, krad skrev:
> On 10 December 2010 13:57, Sven-Åke Svensson <sa at mbg.se
> <mailto:sa at mbg.se>> wrote:
>     Hi
>     I have a file server with an zfs system. I have set up nfs shares
>     using "zfs nfsshare...." as it says in the documentation. Then the
>     system use the file /etc/zfs/exports.
>     But I find out that I also can share this directories using the
>     standard /etc/exports. This way I have all administration of shares
>     in the same place. But are there any disadvantages doing it this
>     way? Anybody know?
>     System is Freebsd 8.1.
>     Best regards
>     Sven-Åke Svensson
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> if you put it in exports zfs cant manage it, therefore the zfs
> filesystem set command becomes redundent and inoperative, so it doesnt
> fit in with zfs standard way of doing things. Not really an issue but
> possibly a little confusing.
> I know its not necessary the case for bsd yet, but on solaris if you
> have made the jump to zfs, you have most likely gone for a pure zfs
> installation, therefore it all hangs together nicely.

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