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zfs sur linux
 
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Avec l'arrivée toute prochaine de ZFS (Zeta File Sytem) sur Ubuntu en binaire et de son inclusion à travers des sources auto-compilées sur Debian, nous sommes heureux de faire une conférence sur ZFS-ON-LINUX. Ce système de fichier initialement lancé par Sun, avait été rendu publique en licence CDDL (incompatible avec la GPL, avant d'avoir été à nouveau remise propriétaire par Oracle). Dès lors Open-Zfs est né du *fork* de zfs par une communauté. Ce nouveau projet a porté ZFS sur FreeBSD, Illumnos (le fork libre de Solaris), Linux & MacOsX. Notre orateur, Cédric Dufour utilise depuis plus d'une année ce système de fichier sur sa machine perso. Orateur: Cédric DUFOUR Organisateur: linux-gull.ch Source: http://basique.linux-gull.ch/2016/06-02_zfs_on_linux/
Views: 778 Cédric Briner
ZFS share access via both SMB and NFS
 
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Brief demonstration of concurrent access to a ZFS storage appliance from both Windows and Linux clients with mapped credentials
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Solaris 11 ZFS Storage Pools
 
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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com Fdisk, partitions, mdadm , mkfs are all old hat. Take a look at ZFS (ZetaByte File System) on Oracle Solaris 11 and see how easy it is to create striped arrays, mirrorored arrays and striping with parity. Do not forget the file system is created along with the array itdel.. Life has never been so easy.
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ZFS на Linux Debian 8. Часть 1
 
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Первая часть видео по установке операционной системы Debian 8.5 (Ubuntu 14.04) на файловую систему ZFS. Вторая часть видео: https://youtu.be/IJ1VNmjOZhE Рассматривается файловая система ZFS, основные команды, особенности настройки. За основу была взята информация с сайта http://zfsonlinux.org/ Документация по ZFS: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19253-01/820-0836/index.html Содержание: 5:55 Установка Debian 8.5 12:53 Установка ZFS на ОС Debian 8.5 16:41 Установка ZFS на ОС Ubuntu 14.04 18:42 Настройка udev 22:53 Основные команды ZFS 55:46 Перенос ОС Debian 8.5 на ZFS 1:19:37 Баг загрузчика Debian 8.5. Исправление Вы можете меня найти: ВК: https://vk.com/alexexpert FB: https://www.facebook.com/alexitsystems/ Вы можете поддержать канал и ускорить выход новых роликов: Карта Сбербанка: 5469 1600 1630 1389 WebMoney: R392217534778
How to Recover the Oracle ZFS Storage in Disaster Recovery Scenerio
 
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Learn how to setup a two-system disaster recovery scenario, with the primary site’s ZFS Storage system replicating data to the secondary site's ZFS Storage system from Oracle's Storage Consultant, Darius Zanganeh. It highlights the process to configure the secondary system to take over production load when there is a failure in the primary system, as well as replicating back to the primary once it is brought back online using the SMB protocol.. For more training and information, go to http://www.oracle.com/oll/zfssa Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
JTD: ZFS Performance Fundamentals
 
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Presented By: Jerry Jelinek Recorded: 2018-12-06 ZFS Performance Fundamentals Joyent Resources: - JTD Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfHkpKdowDoi6pWLkwdSpCQs2obgRX4VZ - Joyent: http://www.joyent.com/ - GitHub: https://github.com/joyent/
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How to create a ZFS file system on ubuntu with 3 drives raid 5 equiv
 
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This video shows how to simply create a raid 5 array with ZFS using 3 disks. install your disks minimum of 3 open terminal su - Enter root password # format ;to find the drive names # zpool create test raidz1 DRIVE1 DRIVE2 DRIVE3 ;create a raid 5 ZFS drive called test with drives 1, 2, 3 # zpool list ;list the status and other info on file system # zpool status ; see status of the new file system
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How to Add Drives to a Pool on the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance
 
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Learn from Oracle's Storage Consultant, Darius Zanganeh, how to add new drives to an existing storage pool on the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance. Features and functions of the storage pool are also discussed within the video. For more training and information, go to http://www.oracle.com/oll/zfssa Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
How to Add SSH Public Keys on the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance
 
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Oracle's Storage Consultant, Darius Zanganeh, shows how to setup SSH public keys on Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance for password-less SSH connection, which is mainly used to automate CLI scripting. For more training and information, go to http://www.oracle.com/oll/zfssa Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
ZFS на Linux Debian 8. Часть 2
 
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Вторая часть видео по установке операционной системы Debian 8.5 (Ubuntu 14.04) на файловую систему ZFS. Первая часть видео: https://youtu.be/ZhlkwTNkh58 Рассматривается файловая система ZFS, основные команды, особенности настройки. За основу была взята информация с сайта http://zfsonlinux.org/ Документация по ZFS: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19253-01/820-0836/index.html Содержание: 0:35 Перенос данных на отдельную файловую систему ZFS 5:49 Параметры файловой системы 9:07 Полезные команды 13:40 Использование свободного диска в режимах spare, log, cache 26:09 Snapshot 34:52 Клонирование snapshot 39:18 Отправка, получение snapshot Вы можете меня найти: ВК: https://vk.com/alexexpert FB: https://www.facebook.com/alexitsystems/ Вы можете поддержать канал и ускорить выход новых роликов: Карта Сбербанка: 5469 1600 1630 1389 WebMoney: R392217534778
ZFS chegando no Ubuntu através do instalador Ubiquity
 
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O sistema Ubuntu pode ganhar um suporte maior ao sistema de arquivos ZFS. Assim como a Canonical está trabalhando a meses em um novo instalador para substituir o antigo Ubiquity, na verdade se trata de uma versão mais parruda do atual Ubiquity porém construído do zero. esse novo instalador pode trazer a opção de escolher o ZFS como seu sistema de arquivos padrão. A Canonical está avaliando meios de suportar melhor o ZFS no desktop. Os pacotes do ZFS na verdade já estão disponíveis para todas as versões do Ubuntu. Na verdade a notícia nem parece ser tão nova assim, pois em 2015 o blog Diolinux já havia noticiado o interesse da canonical em suportar o ZFS no Ubuntu snappy, contudo a notícia atual trata da possibilidade da escolha do mesmo desde a instalação do sistema, através do instalador Ubiquity. inclusive nas pesquisas me deparei com um tutorial do Elias mostrando como instalar esse sistema de arquivos no Ubuntu 16.04. Mas até o momento não existe nenhuma integração do instalador Ubiquity e a instalação do file system. O ZFS (Zettabyte File System) é um sistema de arquivos que foi desenvolvido pela Sun Microsystems que hoje pertence a Oracle, para uso no sistema operacional Unix Solaris, surgiu com o propósito de solucionar uma série de problemas existentes em outros sistemas de arquivos. Considerado hoje em dia uma solução revolucionária de armazenamento, o ZFS apresenta facilidade de gerenciamento e robustez, conseguindo comportar arquivos de até 6 ExaBytes de dados. E tem sido o sistema padrão do FreeBsd. As distribuições Linux estão ficando cada vez mais divididas quanto ao assunto sistema de arquivos. Enquanto a Suse ainda acredita no Btrfs fornecendo suporte para seus sistemas, a Red Hat já desistiu do mesmo e está desenvolvendo sua própria solução chamada Stratis, já as demais distribuições permanecem com Ext4 até que fique clara o surgimento de uma opção dominante. Nesse cenário o Ubuntu se destaca por estar abrindo caminho para novos horizontes, partindo para um sistema de arquivos que não possui suporte no Kernel Linux devido a sua licença CDDL, que entra em conflito com a licença GPL, na qual o Kernel Linux está registrada. Vamos aguardar para ver o que esse suporte ao ZFS pode trazer de desenvolvimento para o Ubuntu, pois a empresa está as portas de abrir o seu capital, o que pode acontecer até 2020. E nesse cenário, a empresa precisa tornar seu sistema e suas soluções mais robustas e lucrativas, e o ZFS pode fazer parte desse planejamento beneficiando o Ubuntu e os usuários do sistema. Fontes: http://www.infortrendbrasil.com.br/zfs/ https://www.diolinux.com.br/2015/10/sistema-de-arquivos-zfs-ubuntu.html
Views: 542 RikerLinux
Oracle ZFS Storage and Oracle Secure Backup
 
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Oracle ZFS Storage and Oracle Secure Backup Lab Demo
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ZFS on Linux (and inside VMs)
 
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Hendrik Visage https://linuxconf.co.za/#schedule ZFS on Linux might not be “in” the kernel, but it is production usable and integrated enough that Ubuntu ships with it and it's even bootable. With it's compression on the fly, snapshots and various other features, it is a filesystem that all Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris-based system administrators should consider and get to know. We'll demonstrate some of these features and it's applications in real life production systems. The ZFS filesystem sounds like it is the be-all-end-all of filesystems, but lets also show some of it's limitations (given also it's not integrated into the Linux kernel) to be aware of to not be caught by surprise.Imagine a filesystem that will detect (and fix) on-disk data corruption. Then image that same filesystem have already compressed the log files, not to mention it can provide near instantaneous snapshot recoveries. Not to mention capable of RAID6 levels of disk failure protection. It's called ZFS! LinuxConf [ZA] 2018 is a one-day conference aimed at the Linux and Open Source community within South Africa. It provides anyone working on or with Linux and Open Source tools & applications, or with a passion for Open Source development, to discover new trends, network with like-minded individuals, irrespective of whether the attendees are developers, system or database administrators, or anyone else working with Linux and Open Source applications.
Views: 318 LinuxConf [ZA]
Zeta file system (ZFS file system)
 
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A quick video on the fundamentals of the Zeta File system Be sure to watch this video in full screen mode.
Views: 11539 Gabriel Smith
admin zfs
 
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Running ZFS on Centos/RHEL 6.5 Linux
 
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If you want to learn more check www.zfsonlinux.org Enjoy!
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How to Create IP MultiPathing on the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance
 
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Learn from Oracle's Storage Consultant, Darius Zanganeh, how to create IP Multi-Pathing for a network configuration on the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance. In order to team together multiple NICs on the appliance, you have to create IPMP. This video shows step-by-step instructions on configuring and customizing settings to create a set of virtual NICs through IPMP. For more training and information, go to http://www.oracle.com/oll/zfssa Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
ZFS replication
 
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ZFS is a really cool filesystem and volume manager in one. In this screencast, you will find out how to perform replication of a filesystem from one system to another using zfs send. It's also capable of doing incremental replication.
Views: 12424 Ken Fong
Total Arch Linux | S1.1 Arch Linux on ZFS  (Deutsch)
 
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Ein Übersicht für die Installation von Arch Linux auf ZFS mit mehreren Boot Environments. Buchempfehlungen: ZFS*: http://amzn.to/2ib3jYm Advanced ZFS*: http://amzn.to/2k5ANI9 Storage Essentials*: http://amzn.to/2ib2T44 BtrFS vs. ZFS: https://youtu.be/G6CE4fT9apc *Amazon Partnerprogramm: wenn du über diese Links einkaufst, unterstützt du meinen Kanal. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Installing_Arch_Linux_on_ZFS https://github.com/zfsonlinux/zfs/wiki/Ubuntu-16.04-Root-on-ZFS https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19120-01/open.solaris/817-2271/gdrcf/
Views: 3074 unicks.eu
ZFS Basics
 
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ZFS Basics, HSP, Zil, ARC, L2ARC
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Accelerate Backup and Restore with Oracle ZFS Backup Appliance
 
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Oracle ZFS Backup Appliance delivers cost-effective, high performance backup and restore of any application, database, or file type. In addition, data stored in ZFS Backup Appliance can be used for dev/test, OLAP, QA, and reporting.
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Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Performance Insight
 
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Learn from Oracle's Storage Consultant, Darius Zanganeh, about the Hybrid Storage Pool (HSP) architecture and how the intelligent and adaptive set of algorithms automatically move data between dynamic random access memory (DRAM), read and write optimized flash-based SSD, and SAS disk for optimal performance efficiency. You will also see the throughput, IOPS and response time for small and large block I/O workloads. For more training and information, go to http://www.oracle.com/oll/zfssa Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle ZFS Storage OS 8.7 Data Protection Efficiency
 
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Bob Handlin, Siyu Liu, and Cindy Swearingen, Product Managers for Oracle ZFS Storage, discuss new OS 8.7 data protection features that not only provide improved efficiency in both storage and replication but efficient performance as well.
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Oracle ZFS -- Co-Engineered for Optimal Database Performance
 
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Discussion on the technologies behind Oracle 12c co-engineering with Oracle ZFS storage and the resulting benefits in terms of more I/O throughput, lower latency, and advanced troubleshooting analytics resulting in better application performance.
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How to upgrade an Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance
 
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The video will guide those who wish to upgrade a 7320, 7420 or simulator. Total upgrade time will vary and depend on your configuration. The typical time to upgrade that I have seen including storage node reboot is about 30 minutes.
Views: 489 Michael Wilson
Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance
 
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מערכת האחסון האופטימלית לסביבות אורקל בואו לגלות את היתרונות במערכת ZFS-SA http://www.oracle-ilnews.com/products/servers-storage/storage/nas/
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Oracle OpenWorld 2011: F5 ARX & Oracle ZFS Storage
 
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Peter Silva meets with F5's ARx Solution Engineer Matt Quill for a F5 ARX and Oracle ZFS Storage along with chatting with Oracle's David Wallace.
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How to Setup Remote Replication on the Oracle ZFS Storage
 
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Learn from Oracle's Storage Consultant, Darius Zanganeh, how to setup a remote replication between two ZFS Storage Appliances. For more training and information, go to http://www.oracle.com/oll/zfssa Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle ZFS Storage Appliances - Demonstration: Configuring a ZFS Storage Appliances (Part 5 of 6)
 
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See how to use the ZFS management software to configure a ZFS storage appliance. Part 5 of 6 in this tutorial. Mick: We're going to begin our demo now. We'll switch to the VirtualBox Appliance here. I've effectively installed the box, connected to it from the system console and switched it on. It's booted. If you watch carefully, you've probably seen that it is in fact really a Solaris system and it's waiting for me to begin configuration. If we press any key to start - and I'll have to fill in the basic configuration here as you can see. The reason that configuration already exists is because the system uses the dynamic host configuration protocol to go off and get network details which I want to change to be static. So I'm going to change the host in there. The system actually has a very useful command line interface as well as a nice browser based interface. Although most of the rest of the demo will be via the browser I would hopefully spend a minute or two showing you commands that I can use from the command line as well. In fact, you can even do scripting if you're doing lots of repetitive commands each step. Just like any computer system, you can create scripts to have them executed. All the other details here are okay. I'll enter a password and then esc-1 which tells the system I've finished entering the configuration data. There we go. The system's come back to me now and it's telling me that I should talk to the appliance on the network address I'm assigned and then port number 215. I could log in here on the console and I could do things here at the command line but it's a bit nicer to show it through the basic user interface. Certainly the early stages of the configuration are also a little bit easier doing that. So I'll start up a web browser and I'll go into the interface which my system rightfully doesn't trust. I'll proceed anyway. And there we go. I'm connected up to the Storage Appliance. Log in as root, give the password. The system realizes that this is the first time that machine has been used and I need to do a little bit further configuration before I can get started. I click on start and it will take me through a half a dozen steps to get the thing up and running. First of which is to configure networking. Bear in mind that this is initial configuration and if I make a mistake or change my mind or I don't really want to do any configuration at the moment, I can always come back a little bit later and do this. The thing has got two built-in Ethernet interfaces. A normal physical machine we have four. One of which I configured in the early stages of configuration, which you saw earlier. There's nothing to change here really other than I might want to make these things a little bit less anonymous. For example here, I've got my data link which is my physical link and here I've got my interface which is the link with the IP address reside, etc. Imagine I wanted to edit this. If you point to the object can you see there's a trash can symbol so I could remove the information or there's a little pen which I could click on to make changes to edit. The name of the host is hoki and I want to call it hoki datalink because I'm going to use that interface as a published interface for people access the shares on this device and reserve the other one for management purposes. Notice while we're on this form that I can actually use it to create link aggregations. A link aggregation is fairly sophisticated mechanism for failover and load spreading, so I can combine a number of Ethernet interfaces into one apparent physical interface. LACP aggregation then would ask me if I clicked on that to enter some information about the link aggregation. The LACP is link aggregation control protocol and once the aggregation is up and running, the protocol will be used to inform the switch that the link aggregation exists and hopefully the switch will configure itself accordingly. It is worth noting that you need something like a layer 3 switch or certainly a network switch that supports link aggregations, which I don't want to do. All I need to do is change the datalink. But I can also set up a VLAN.
Views: 6284 SkillBuilders
How to use snapshots, clones and replication in ZFS on Linux
 
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In this video tutorial, I will show you step by step how to work with ZFS snapshots, clones, and replication. Snapshot, clone. and replication are the most powerful features of the ZFS filesystem.
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MyNAS 1.4 Storage Appliance Installation + Configuration + Overview on Oracle VirtualBox [2017]
 
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This video tutorial shows MyNAS 1.4 Storage Appliance Installation, Configuration and Overview on Oracle VirtualBox step by step. We also create and configure ZFS Pool and setup Samba/SMB/CIFS and NFS shares on MyNAS storage. This tutorial is also helpful to installing MyNAS 1.4 NAS Storage Appliance on physical computer hardware or bare-metal server. Steps: 1- Create Virtual Machine on Oracle VirtualBox 2- Start MyNAS 1.4 Storage Installation 3- MyNAS Storage Initial Configuration via Web GUI 4- Create and Configure ZFS Pool 5- Create, Configure and Test NFS and CIFS/SMB Shares 6- MyNAS 1.4 Storage Appliance Overview MyNAS Storage Appliance Features MyNAS Storage Appliance is a Network Attached Storage (NAS) platform to store your data in a robust and secure manner by leveraging enterprise technology provided by OpenZFS. MyNAS Storage Appliance provides the capability for you to access your data seamlessly from Windows, OSX or Unix systems, or carve out data volumes via iSCSI. Secure access to your data with user permissions or by integrating with Active Directory. Recover unwanted data changes by utilising snapshots or rolling back file versions with Windows Previous Versions. Backup your Apple OSX systems by utilising Time Machine to MyNAS Storage Appliance. MyNAS Storage Appliance integrates with Cloud Replication Partners such as Amazon S3, Backblaze B2, Google Storage, Google Drive, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive and ownCloud providers. Unlike other NAS solutions, MyNAS Storage Appliance does not lock you into a hardware platform or storage size limitations – feel free to create and grow your storage as you need for your requirements. MyNAS Website: http://www.mynas.com.au/ Download MyNAS 1.4 ISO: http://www.mynas.com.au/download-mynas/ Hope you found it informative and useful. Any questions or comments are welcomed. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Website: http://www.SysAdminsHowto.com/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SysAdminsHowto/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SysAdmHowto Linux Video Tutorials: https://linux-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/ MyNAS 1.4 Storage Installation on VirtualBox Video: https://youtu.be/6NffzKZbwwE
ZFS File System Tutorial (Part 1 of 6, Introduction)
 
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Learn the ZFS File System! This 6-part tutorial provides a practical demonstration of the Oracle 7000 series storage appliance management software. We'll start with a brief summary of Oracle's innovative ZFS File System. This is followed by a short overview of the Storage appliance products themselves, and the benefits ZFS brings to them. The main part of the webinar will then focus on a live demonstration of the management software, from installation configuration, through the selection and creation of the device's storage model, to the creation and use of shares, and finally the software's monitoring and performance analytics features. The management software is the same across all 7000 series products, so the webinar will give a good insight into the ease in which any of the product range can be managed. Your instructor, Mick Hosegood, has been involved with Sun/Oracle and Solaris for over 19 years. He served in the role of support manager at ICL and UK Training manager (Customer and Internal) at Sun Microsystems UK. This free training is segmented in several separate lessons: 1. Introduction & Agenda (click on video below) 2. Introduction to ZFS What is ZFS 3. ZFS Storage Appliance Models 4. Introduction to the Demos 5. Demonstration - Configuring a ZFS Storage Appliance 6. Demonstration - ZFS Storage Appliance Details
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Using ZFS (on Linux) with PostgreSQL
 
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Hendrik Visage https://postgresconf.org/conferences/SouthAfrica2018/program/proposals/292 - and stay happy you did :) The second South African PostgresConf takes place in Johannesburg on 9 October 2018, with attendees representing a diverse class of professionals and companies from around the country and across the continent. This is an excellent opportunity for the database administration and developer community who use PostgreSQL to get to know each other, exchange ideas and learn about the current features and upcoming trends within PostgreSQL.
Oracle's ZFS Storage Appliance Simulator (Good Video Demo Quality)
 
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The other day I need some storage while plying with OVM. So I made this little demo showing how you can acctualy test Oracle's ZFS Storage Appliance. Oracle has made a ZFS Storage Simulator that you can download an test (very cool). This Demo will show you can setup in Virtualbox.
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Open Storage & ZFS in a Linux World 1
 
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SmugMug's Don MacAskill at the Open Storage Summit, Feb 2009.
Views: 451 Deirdré Straughan
How to Setup Secure FTP and FTP on Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance
 
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Learn from Oracle's Storage Consultant, Darius Zanganeh, how to do the following: · Turn on FTP and Secure FTP services in the storage system · Update individual share settings · Open FTP and Secure FTP connections · Monitor FTP and Secure FTP traffic through the Storage Analytics tool For more training and information, go to http://www.oracle.com/oll/zfssa Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle ZFS Storage Appliances - Intro to the Demos of ZFS Storage Appliances (Part 4 of 6)
 
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Learn about ZFS Management Software! In this section of the tutorial (part 4 of 6) Mick will discuss what can be done with the management software and describe what he will demonstrate in the following tutorials. Mick will also talk about Oracle VM VirtualBox, used in the demonstration. www.SkillBuilders.com/ZFS. Mick: What we're going to do now then is demonstrate the system - demonstrate the software. I've got a machine here. I'm actually running a virtual machine in the Oracle VM VirtualBox system. You can download the ready-made ZFS Storage Appliance Server with a whole bunch of emulated disk drives, which is what I'll be doing. But bear in mind, although I'm not really using the actual Storage Appliance, what I'm doing here is exactly the same as I would on many actual physical appliance. There's no difference between what I'm going to show you and what actually happens on a physical machine. We're going to look at the initial power and configuration at which this thing is sitting, waiting for me to start. Part of the configuration requires knowledge of how we want the disks to be used. Do we want to use something like RAID 5? Do we want RAID 1, which is mirroring, and so forth? You'll see how we have to decide. Using the different RAID levels, how we want to use the disks, which might depend a little bit on the load that we're going to be using on this system. Then we're going to look at creating shares, including NFS and CIFS which is Microsoft file share. I'm going to be doing things like setting up a user account for demonstration purposes, a project. Project to use in the Storage Appliance to allow us to categorize the shares we want so when we have many shares and many users, projects will allow us to keep a handle on what's going on. You can also do things like iSCSCI which is the small computer interface (SCSCI disks) but using the network rather than the data cable. When you create an iSCSCI share it will be seen on your server as though it was a physical disk, so the Storage Appliance can do all the latest technology. It obviously has lots of management facilities too and if you already have a database of users that you want to use and DNS servers then you can point the Storage Appliance at your active directory server, for example, or local DNS server. And you can authenticate users through an active directory, for example. As Dave mentioned earlier, we're expecting that you already know a little bit about the storage technology that we're going to be talking about. As I mentioned, managing the software is the same across all models. We're actually running a simulator inside VirtualBox. If you're interested, you can get VirtualBox under Windows, Linux, and Solaris but only on Intel hardware but not SPARC. And the VM image for the Storage Appliance for which we will provide a link, can be freely downloaded from Oracle anytime. Just a note about SkillBuilders to let you know that we are involved in this technology by the day and we've got the resources, we have the certifications and the experience to help you evaluate the products, help you install them and help you maintain them on a day to day basis. That includes not only the Solaris operating system and the Storage Appliance system but also some great skills in the Oracle database itself and related technologies. If you're interested then give us a call. There's a number for you.
Views: 2282 SkillBuilders
Solaris 11 ZFS Administration
 
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This video log demonstrates the basic commands & capabilities of ZFS File System in Solaris 11. It includes: - Creating a non-redundant and redundant ZFS Pools - Creating ZFS Filesystem - Managing ZFS Filesystem properties like mountpoint, quota, reservation, nfs.share,snapdir etc. - Creating a ZFS Snapshot - Sending and Receiving a ZFS Snapshot - Creating a ZFS Clone - Splitting a ZFS Mirror Pool - Recovering a ZFS Pool from accidental destruction
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The Top Capabilities of ZFS Storage Appliance Explained
 
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Nancy Hart describes her favorite capabilities about the ZFS Storage Appliance, and Jeff Wright explains how each of them works. They cover Hybrid Columnar Compression, Direct NFS (makes data transfer more efficient), Remote Direct Memory Access, Oracle Intelligent Storage Protocol (database aware of the storage and vice versa), DTrace Analytics to optimize deployments, and more.
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How to Create/Change User Role and Permissions on the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance
 
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Learn from Oracle's Storage Consultant, Darius Zanganeh, how to setup users and user roles for administration of the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance through its BUI. Step-by-step instructions are given with details on how to setup permissions and other options/rules you can assign to the user such as assignment for projects or pools. For more training and information, go to http://www.oracle.com/oll/zfssa Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Solaris 11 ZFS Share Demonstration
 
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Learn new ZFS file system features in Solaris 11 in this free tutorial. See all free modules in this tutorial at http://skillbuilders.com/Solaris-Linux-Free-Tutorials?id=65&w=Solaris-11-ZFS-File-System-Tutorial. In this module, Solaris expert Mick Hosegood demonstrates how to manage sharing ZFS / NFS datasets.
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Introduction to ZFS - What is ZFS (Part 2 of 6)
 
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Learn the ZFS File System! This 6-part tutorial from www.SkillBuilders.com/Solaris provides a practical demonstration of the Oracle 7000 series storage appliance management software. Mick: ZFS, as I say here, is the file system in which this Storage Appliance is based. As you could probably guess, the Storage Appliance is based on the Oracle Solaris operating system with a nice graphical and command line interface to manage it, which you'll see very shortly. ZFS is Zettabyte File System that was originated by Sun before it became part of Oracle and introduced into Solaris 10 in 2006. In fact, it started live 10 years ago in terms of the development was taking place. It's named Zettabyte because of its capacity which is pretty well unlimited. You could connect all the disks in the world together and it wouldn't come anywhere near the capacity that would be theoretically possible for one individual ZFS file system. The capacity of the storage device is actually 256 quadrillion zettabytes, whatever that might be. Somebody might be able to work that out. But to give you an idea, the entire production of Seagate disks during this year is about 1/3 of the zettabyte. Basically, all the old limitations that you have with other file systems and you can't have any other file this big and you cannot have these many directories, etc. They've all been wiped away by ZFS. ZFS is still very much under development and they're constantly coming out with new facilities for it. Of course, it's available within Solaris 10 itself and Solaris 11 system which was released back in November. There are a few key features that this Storage Appliance has compared to other systems that make it standout a little bit. It has something called Hybrid storage pools, which is transparency. But it's depending on how the system is configured. You have DRAM, flash storage (SSDs) and disks which are usually high-performance or high-capacity. Very fast access times for both read and write. You have all the ZFS facilities also so rapid snapshots, clones - a vast variety of [3:04 inaudible] type facilities like triple parity RAID if you want to, triple mirroring, replications, thin provisioning. We can create a LUN that doesn't actually occupy any space until you start putting data into it, for example. The nature is very secure because of techniques like data checksumming that ZFS employs. There's also built-in compression of various levels, de-duplication, etc. Last but not least, dtrace analytics provide dtrace is a mechanism within Solaris that negotiates and monitor an almost infinite variety of data that is being processed or held within the system. You can take measurements at various points and the Storage Appliance allows you to easily monitor what's going on to a very high degree and producing nice-looking graphs at the same time. As I mentioned, there's always a new feature coming along. One of the latest ones is something that was invented or supplied with the Exadata systems. That was Oracle's all-in-one database machine that's called Hybrid Columnar Compression, which is a very advanced compression facility that gives you amazing amounts of compression and storage of data with a very high performance. Apparently, according to post from Oracle, you get something like three to five times compression than anything the competition can achieve.
Views: 5434 SkillBuilders
oracle zfs training | oracle zfs storage appliance | oracle zfs
 
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oracle zfs training is an excellent complement to existing storage practice, and is ideal for Real Application Clusters,Enroll for oracle zfs storage appliance For More Information You Can Contact Us @: Mail id: [email protected] phone: + 91 8121 020 111 Oracle ZFS Training Course Content Overview of Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance • Overview of Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance • Understanding why storage matters • What is Application Engineered Storage? • Oracle Storage Advantage • Exploring Application Engineering Storage • Understanding Oracle capabilities & benefits • Installation with a Six Step Install Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Functions & Features • Overview of Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance • Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Hardware Lineup • Systems Functions & Features Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Installation • Installing the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Configuration • Configure Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance System User Interface • Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance User Interfaces Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Shares • Understanding Shares • Working With Storage Space • Snapshot • Project Panel • Creating Shares • Using the BUI • Creating Shares & LUNs • Editing Shares
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Late Night Linux - Episode 23
 
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The kernel devs want compliance rather than cash, Mint backs Flatpack, Canonical aim for an IPO, Solus needs help with art, and we speak to a ZFS advocate called Jim Salter. News -------- Linux Kernel Community Enforcement Statement Mint to add Flatpak support Oracle Could Still Make ZFS A First-Class Upstream Linux File-System Shuttleworth confirms suspicions that he’s aiming for a Canonical IPO Solus looking for help with aesthetics for Solus 4 Entroware --------------- This episode of Late Night Linux is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines. Jim Salter -------------- Ikey and Joe are joined by Jim Salter to talk about ZFS and BTRFS. We mentioned an old article he wrote for arstechnica.
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ZFS on Linux for Lustre
 
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In this video, LLNL's Brian Behlendorf presents ZFS on Linux for Lustre. Recorded at the LUG'2011 conference in Orlando on April 13, 2011. Slides from the conference will be posted at: http://www.olcf.ornl.gov/event/lug-2011/ Sign up for our newsletter: http://insideHPC.com/newsletter
Views: 5701 RichReport
Oracle RMAN and ZFS Storage Appliance - Gavin Cole
 
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Vídeo registrado em Evento Oracle com a presença de Gavin Cole, especialista em Backup, Recovery and Storage!
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Cold Clone of Oracle Database on Oracle Linux
 
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Manual Cold Clone on Oracle Linux of Oracle 12C. Documentation:https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4GkUqNu5wGebXNTLVNaTjh0a2s&authuser=0
Views: 1777 Online DBA Academy