“Using FreeBSD as a File Server With ZFS” Online Course has been fully uploaded. It’s full of theoretical materials, videos, assignments and a final test to check your knowledge. After completing all assignemnts and the final test, you will recieve a certificate.
For those of you who would only like to read up, practice on your own, or fill the knowledge gaps, we decided to prepare Using FreeBSD as a File Server With ZFS eBook. It is still paid, but it only contains theoretical materials, so it’s cheaper than the course itself. It’s a great opportunity to those of you who have been thinking about taking the course, but aren’t sure.
This e-book will be added to the course as a free download, for those of you who already participate in the course. All materials here were written by our Instructor, Carlos Antonio Neira Bustos.
Marta & BSD Mag Team
Module 1: FREEBSD and ZFS
Introduction to ZFS under FREEBSD
- Why ZFS on FREEBSD?
- ZFS features and concepts
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 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