Friday 8th November, 2013
9:00am to 9:00am
ZFS was originally released into the open source community as part of OpenSolaris in November 2005. After Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems, the focus on maintaining an open source community quickly diminished and in August 2010, the public releases of ZFS source code silently stopped. At the same time, a new community was emerging and Open ZFS was born. The Open ZFS community is now flourishing with new features being developed across a variety of platforms. This talk will go into the technical details of some the features in Open ZFS and how administrators can utilize each of them.
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3rd–8th November 2013