zfsnapr — recursively mount a system snapshot on a given location

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  • zfsnapr

    Recursive ZFS snapshot mounter

  • BorgBackup

    Deduplicating archiver with compression and authenticated encryption.

    For years I've been making remote backups using Borg, and been a little bothered that I was doing this against mutable filesystems that will change under it while it works. So I've finally made this:

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  • ioztat

    ioztat is a storage load analysis tool for OpenZFS. It provides iostat-like statistics at an individual dataset/zvol level.

    While we're on the subject of testing ZFS scripts, I've done loads with ioztat — /r/zfs' answer to zfs iostat — and plan on releasing 2.0 soon. If you want to kick the tires on that, now is certainly the time to do it.

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