[RndTbl] Router / NASA

Robert Keizer robert at keizer.ca
Mon Apr 21 19:14:31 CDT 2014

I run arch and zfs on my laptop. I haven't had any issues really.. assuming
your not trying to saturate a few gbit sustained, I imagine the performance
won't come into play.

If you absolutely require encryption on disk as well, I would go with
FreeBSD; Little bit more bare bones when compared with freenas.
On 2014-04-21 1:06 PM, "Paul Sierks" <psierks at sierkstech.net> wrote:

> Weird subject, I know. But this is only for personal residential use. I've
> been running Arch on a system with a number of disks in raid for all my
> shared storage needs. This system also doubles as a router / firewall with
> Wifi, and other little things such as pxe booting. We'll recently I've been
> wanting to use ZFS with it more and more. So I figured I'd get opinions.
> Arch does have packages for ZFS, which would provide most features, just
> not encryption. So would I be better to use pfSense or the like off a USB
> and add what I need for ZFS, nfs, etc to it, or to just use FreeBSD? or is
> there some other suggestions.
> Thanks,
> Paul
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