Wandering Thoughts archives

2017-12-30: Some details of ZFS DVAs and what some of their fields store
2017-12-23: Our next generation of fileservers will not be based on Illumos
2017-11-25: Sequential scrubs and resilvers are coming for (open-source) ZFS
2017-11-03: Illumos mountd caches netgroup lookups (relatively briefly)
2017-10-30: The Illumos NFS server's caching of filesystem access permissions
2017-10-24: Our frustrations with OmniOS's 'KYSTY' minimalism
2017-09-27: ZFS's recordsize, holes in files, and partial blocks
2017-09-26: Using zdb to peer into how ZFS stores files on disk
2017-09-18: Looking back at my mixed and complicated feelings about Solaris
2017-08-16: The three different names ZFS stores for each vdev disk (on Illumos)
Things I do and don't know about how ZFS brings pools up during boot
2017-08-07: There will be no LTS release of the OmniOS Community Edition
2017-07-24: Trying to understand the ZFS l2arc_noprefetch tunable
2017-07-20: I'm cautiously optimistic about the new OmniOS Community Edition
2017-06-14: The difference between ZFS scrubs and resilvers
2017-06-12: Resilvering multiple disks at once in a ZFS pool adds no real extra overhead
2017-05-17: Unfortunately I don't feel personally passionate about OmniOS
2017-05-07: ZFS's zfs receive has no error recovery and what that implies
2017-04-24: What we need from an Illumos-based distribution
2017-04-21: OmniOS's (suddenly) changed future and us
2017-03-27: We're probably going to upgrade our OmniOS servers by reinstalling them
2017-03-03: Some notes on ZFS per-user quotas and their interactions with NFS
2017-02-24: How ZFS bookmarks can work their magic with reasonable efficiency
2017-02-22: ZFS bookmarks and what they're good for
2017-01-13: The ZFS pool history log that's used by 'zpool history' has a size limit
2017-01-11: ZFS's potentially very useful 'zpool history -i' option
2017-01-02: ZFS may panic your system if you have an exceptionally slow IO

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