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NLUUG: Minimizing downtime on servers using NanoBSD, ZFS, and jails

NLUUG: Minimizing downtime on servers using NanoBSD, ZFS, and jails

Posted May 18, 2010 22:21 UTC (Tue) by jeremiah (subscriber, #1221)
In reply to: NLUUG: Minimizing downtime on servers using NanoBSD, ZFS, and jails by bronson
Parent article: NLUUG: Minimizing downtime on servers using NanoBSD, ZFS, and jails

I'm suggesting using multiple disk images sitting on a single btrfs system. That way an image can be copied w/o shutting down the instance, because we made a snapshot of the whole btrfs system before we started the instance, or instances The only reason I'm suggesting btrfs in place of lvm, is that I don't care for lvm, and I keep hearing people say it's the future of Linux filesystems.


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