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Hendrik Visage

HeViS.Co Systems

ZFS have been around for more than a decade, but only recently become a viable option on Linux. It's on-the-fly compression can help alleviate IO bottlenecks and save on diskspace used. The author will share about the compression, snapshot and recovery features that system administrators would love, but also needs to beware of the constraints and impacts of the options. The author will share some real life experiences where ZFS (and replication) helped save the day.

Date:
2018 October 9 10:30
Duration:
40 min
Room:
Cedarwood
Conference:
South Africa 2018
Language:
English
Track:
Operations and Administration
Difficulty:
Medium