ZFS on a NetApp powered VMWare cluster
kraduk at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 09:03:58 UTC 2016
apart from the boot environment stuff which is very handy for upgrading
stuff irrelevant of the underlying disk architecture .....
I would say test in a safe environment and see if its FUD or not you your
On 28 March 2016 at 06:53, Admin <admin at allunix.ru> wrote:
> There kinda is no profit in using ZFS this way. It's good when you use
> local disks and give those disks fully to ZFS, this way you really don't
> have any performance impact except considerable amount of RAM going to ZFS
> needs. But other then that, no, FreeBSD from, say, 9.0-RELEASE works
> perfectly with ZFS. If you keep NAS on ZFS shared by ZFS - that also is a
> good idea, but if you use ZFS on virtual disks of VMWare then I'd say
> that's a waste.
> 27.03.2016 22:07, 張敬昊 пишет:
> Hi list:
>> We have about eight freebsd workstations on vmware vsphere 6 cluster whose
>> storage is based on NFS provided by NetApp.
>> We have been using ZFS on our workstations because we wanted to take
>> advantage of the ZFS boot environment; however, recently we are told not
>> do so because using ZFS would impose a huge performance impact on our
>> workstations. Is that true? Or is there any suggestions on tuning the ZFS
>> on those workstations?
>> Frank Chang
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