|Subject:||Re: [zfs-discuss] ZFS on Sun X2100?|
|Date:||Wed, 19 Mar 2008 22:21:36 -0500|
On 3/19/08, Terence Ng <terencenwk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am new to Solaris. I have Sun X2100 with 2 x 80G harddisks (run as email server, run tomcat, jboss and postgresql) and want to run as mirror to secure the data. Since ZFS cannot be used as a root file system , does that mean I am no way can benefit from using ZFS? Instead, I should stick with SVM? Otherwise, what is my plan?
Assuming you don't need their standard enterprise support, your plan is to await the release of opensolaris snv_b87. This will include the zfs boot bits, so that you can use zfs as your root filesystem.
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