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Hands-On Look at ZFS with MySQL

This post is a hands-on look at ZFS with MySQL. In my previous post, I highlighted the similarities between MySQL and ZFS. Before going any further, I’d like you to be able to play and experiment with ZFS. This post shows you how to configure ZFS with MySQL in a minimalistic way on either Ubuntu […]
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