You do not know how to get started and configure a working home server. Learn how to use the current ZFS capabilities to help us build a home file server using FREEBSD 10.3.
Launch date: 06th of July 2016
What will you learn?
- ZFS administration
- ZFS concepts and features
What skills will you gain?
- ZFS administration basics
What do you need?
- FREEBSD 10.3 with root privileges
- At least 10 GB free space
What should you know before joining?
- Basic FREEBSD administration knowledge
Module 1: FREEBSD and ZFS
Introduction to ZFS under FREEBSD
- Why ZFS on FREEBSD?
- ZFS features and concepts
Module 1 exercises:
- Execute ZFS commands to check status of pools and metadata
- Create a single disk pool
Module 2 title: ZFS Administration
Module 2 description: Cover the commands and features to administrate ZFS volumes
- Create, destroy, list pools
- Zpools: single, mirrored, raid
- Understand ZFS properties
Module 2 exercises:
- Get and set properties
- Set Disk Quotas
Module 3 title: Putting it all to work: Hosting our files using ZFS
Module 3 description: With the previous acquired knowledge, create a plan on how to organize our files and pools to host our files.
- Set ZFS properties based on the content of the files to host
- ZFS tuning
- Create a File Server using our pools
Module 3 exercises:
- Explore ZFS features using hosted content on a pool
- Serving content
- Check ZFS performance
About the Instructor:
Carlos Antonio Neira Bustos has worked about ten years as a software developer, porting and debugging enterprise legacy applications in several languages, like C, C++, Java, Common Lisp, Clojure and Python. He is currently employed as a software developer under Z/OS, debugging and troubleshooting legacy applications for a global financial company.
- The course is self-paced – you can visit the training whenever you want and your content will be there.
- Once you’re in, you keep access forever, even when you finish the course.
- There are no deadlines, except for the ones you set for yourself.
- We designed the course so that a diligent student will need about 18 hours of work to complete the training.
- Your time will be filled with reading, videos, and exercises.
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