May 1st, 2020 | 36 mins
7fx2, a cloud guru, amd, backups, benchmarking, bgp, cloudflare, cpu, cron, cryptography, data integrity, devops, email, energy efficiency, epyc, fio, hard disk performance, hard drive, intel, internet, iops, iron wolf, isbgpsafeyet, jupiter broadcasting, md-raid, monitoring, networking, per-core performance, raid, raid-10, raid-5, raid-6, raidz, raidz2, route leak, routing, rpki, seagate, security, storage, sysadmin podcast, systemd, systemd timers, tdp, techsnap, threadripper, zfs
We dive deep into the world of RAID, and discuss how to choose the right topology to optimize performance and resilience.
October 18th, 2019 | 42 mins 27 secs
19.10, 2g, 5.3, amazon sidewalk, backups, boot environments, btrfs, canonical, copy on write, data integrity, devops, eoan, freebsd, google wifi, jupiter broadcasting, lora, lorawan, low bandwidth, mesh wifi, nest wifi, rf chirp, sigfox, snapshots, spread spectrum, surefi, techsnap, tp-link, ubuntu, unifi, wifi, wireless, wireless networking, zfs, zsys
We dive into Ubuntu 19.10's experimental ZFS installer and share our tips for making the most of ZFS on root.
April 25th, 2019 | 31 mins 33 secs
atomic, atomic snapshot, copy on write, crash consistent, cron, data integrity, devops, filesystems, functional filesystem, linked list, openzfs, policy based, replication, rsync, sanoid, snapshot management, snapshots, syncoid, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, toml, warstories, zfs, zfs on linux, zol
We continue our take on ZFS as Jim and Wes dive in to snapshots, replication, and the magic on copy on write.
April 11th, 2019 | 47 mins 35 secs
ashift, backups, cddl, checksum, copy on write, copyleft, data integrity, devops, ecc, filesystems, freebsd, gpl, hard disks, hard drives, iops, linux, openzf s, raid, raidz, snapshots, solaris, ssd, sun microsystems, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, throughput, ubuntu, vdez, zfs, zfs on linux, zfs on root, zol
Jim and Wes sit down to bust some ZFS myths and share their tips and tricks for getting the most out of the ultimate filesystem.
January 31st, 2019 | 27 mins 11 secs
avx, cddl, checksum, clone, data integrity, devops, floating point, fpu, freebsd, gpl, hardware acceleration, header, journaling, kernel module, kernel preemption, lfnw, linux, multitasking, openzfs, oracle, raid, simd, snapshot, software license, storage, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, vectorized instructions, zfs, zfs on linux, zol, zvol
Jim and Wes are joined by OpenZFS developer Richard Yao to explain why the recent drama over Linux kernel 5.0 is no big deal, and how his fix for the underlying issue might actually make things faster.