24 Tera Bytes in other units

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    This is the data capacity of Thumper in other units. From chandanlog.

    f you are wondering if there is a filesystem that can handle this capacity and manage the storage for years without having to worry much about disk failures, take a look at ZFS - the last word in filesystems.

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    1. Ryan_C 106 months ago | reply


      Had a look at ZFS and that looks really impressive too, pity its not more widely available as of yet :(

    2. Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious 106 months ago | reply

      It seems like I've heard that ZFS is being ported to Linux. From me, though, this is totally unsubstantiated rumor.

    3. bsdlamer 97 months ago | reply

      ZFS was not ported to Linux, but you can access it using FUSE. ZFS works natively with Solaris and FreeBSD(i386) only.

    4. m0n0lithic 56 months ago | reply

      freebsd amd64 also!. In linux is equivalent to Btrfs

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