ZFS - moving from a zraid1 to zraid2 pool with 1.5tb disks

Jean-Yves Avenard jyavenard at gmail.com
Fri Jan 7 01:29:18 UTC 2011

On 6 January 2011 22:26, Chris Forgeron <cforgeron at acsi.ca> wrote:
> You know, these days I'm not as happy with SSD's for ZIL. I may blog about some of the speed results I've been getting over the last 6mo-1yr that I've been running them with ZFS. I think people should be using hardware RAM drives. You can get old Gigabyte i-RAM drives with 4 gig of memory for the cost of a 60 gig SSD, and it will trounce the SSD for speed.
> I'd put your SSD to L2ARC (cache).

Where do you find those though.

I've looked and looked and all references I could find was that
battery-powered RAM card that Sun used in their test setup, but it's
not publicly available..

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