On Wed, May 30, 2007 at 08:51:45AM -0700, Luke Lonergan wrote:
> > This is standard stuff, very well proven: try googling 'self healing zfs'.
> The first hit on this search is a demo of ZFS detecting corruption of one of
> the mirror pair using checksums, very cool:
> The bad drive is pointed out directly using the checksum and the data
> integrity is preserved.
One part is corruption. Another is ordering and consistency. ZFS represents
both RAID-style storage *and* journal-style file system. I imagine consistency
and ordering is handled through journalling.
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