FreeBSD 10.1 + ZFS
baho-utot at columbus.rr.com
Wed May 27 22:36:27 UTC 2015
On 05/27/15 18:05, Ricky G wrote:
> > You cannot do RAID-Z2 with three drives only as RAID-Z2 has two parity
> > drives
> This is incorrect however. I didn't say it would be ideal but it is
> possible to do a raidz2 with 3 drives. Just to verify myself I pulled
> out a handy usb stick to test.
So the data is only one one drive and you have parity stored on two drives?
And no using several partitions on the three drives doesn't count. That
serves no purpose
Yes I see all the system admins busting down the door to get that running.
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