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10 Reasons Why ZFS Rocks

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Sun's open-source ZFS file system has some amazing features. It was originally designed for Solaris and unveiled in 2005, but you'll also find it in OpenSolaris and related distributions. In the future it may well become a popular file system to run with Linux and BSD as well.

Here are the top 10 features that ZFS fans find insanely great...
 
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