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This is a very good tutorial/HOWTO, though would need to updating (some things changed.)  I'd also like to see one for ZFS in general, like any/all partitions, particularly /home and maybe swap partition, and in the case one uses both with classic *BSD dual-boot with Slackware.  I wish it was as simple as mkfs.zfs but seems like there's a set of 100+ options (and in case of dual-boot, one must choose intersection of both... if one even wants many such options, and probably only works to setup on one first... probably Slackware)--[[User:Dchmelik|Dchmelik]] ([[User talk:Dchmelik|talk]]) 14:09, 20 May 2020 (UTC)
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This is a very good tutorial/HOWTO, though would need updating (things changed.)  I'd also like to see a general ZFS one, like any/all partitions, particularly /home and maybe swap partitions, and in case one uses both with classic *BSD Unix & Slackware dual-boot.  I wish it was as simple as mkfs.zfs but seems there's a set of 100+ options varying by operating system (OS, and in case of dual-boot, one must choose sets' intersection... if one even wants many options, and probably only works to setup on Slackware first)--[[User:Dchmelik|Dchmelik]] ([[User talk:Dchmelik|talk]]) 14:12, 20 May 2020 (UTC)

Latest revision as of 14:12, 20 May 2020

This is a very good tutorial/HOWTO, though would need updating (things changed.) I'd also like to see a general ZFS one, like any/all partitions, particularly /home and maybe swap partitions, and in case one uses both with classic *BSD Unix & Slackware dual-boot. I wish it was as simple as mkfs.zfs but seems there's a set of 100+ options varying by operating system (OS, and in case of dual-boot, one must choose sets' intersection... if one even wants many options, and probably only works to setup on Slackware first)--Dchmelik (talk) 14:12, 20 May 2020 (UTC)