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Saturday 11th August 2012: 6.36pm. Link shared: After a considerable amount of experimentation with every conceivable combination of caching mode, I give up on #zfsonlinux as I simply couldn't find anything to get it to exceed 1.6Mb/sec. Maybe it's the 32-bit linux kernel I was running it within, maybe it's some weird interaction, either way I can't make it work.So ... thanks to my Promox cloud being basically fantastic, I simply created a new KVM for a copy of #FreeNAS 8.
Saturday 11th August 2012: 1.18pm. Link shared: So, my 3Tb WD Red passed its 'badblocks' test which does four passes of write and read verification (only taking four days), so I passed it as a whole device into my Ubuntu #KVM running #zfsonlinux and configured it as a #ZFS pool device. I set it running copying all the files off my old NTFS external USB drive into the new ZFS pool and .

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