No ZFS plugin in Raspberry Pi

  • I just installed OMV_3_0_99_RaspberryPi_2_3_4.9.80.img.xz on Raspberry Pi 3B and I love it. I want to move from NAS4free to OMV but I can't find ZFS plugin in plugins. Image came already installed OMV-Extras but there is no backport to enable. Is anyone can help me?

  • Is there anyway I can convert ZFS to ... I dont know maybe brtfs without transfer all files in it?

    Nope. You might be able to install zfs on the rpi but you wouldn't have a way to use the pools in the web interface. Why do you want to use zfs on an RPi or even use an RPi?

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  • :) It's just not to do tiresome job transfer all files different hdds/devices reformat backup one with btrfs and put all data back. You know. Now I need to figure it out how should I split all this hunk a junk files and put it back :I Time and space consuming :S ... Also boring :)


    Which by the way what do you think which file system should I use on rpi?

  • Which by the way what do you think which file system should I use on rpi?

    If you are going to use an rpi, ext4 is the way to go.

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  • Hmm ok but how about bit-rot protection? Could it be done on ext4 with scheduled scan/read to all folders and files?

    Look at the snapraid plugin.

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  • This is like using a little hand saw to cut down a big tree. It may get the job done if it doesn't break first along the way but it will be a long process and not enjoyable. And then when the tree falls, it falls on your house. :whistling:

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