ZFS – the breakthrough file system in FreeBSD 7 (ported from Sun’s Solaris 10 Operating System) delivers virtually unlimited capacity, provable data integrity, and near-zero administration. However, FreeBSD’s sysinstall(8) does not yet support installing the system onto anything more exotic than a commonly used UFS partition scheme.
Read how to implement the solution on coolrat.org.
Back in April Pawel Jakub Dawidek created a useful a step-by-step tutorial how to install ZFS on FreeBSD.
Want to see ZFS on FreeBSD in action? Have a look at these two videos:
Video 1: FreeBSD/ZFS – compression example
Video 2: FreeBSD/ZFS – self-healing example