ZFS filesystem for Linux?

ZFS is an advanced modern filesystem from Sun Microsystems, originally designed for Solaris/OpenSolaris.

ZFS has many features which can benefit all kinds of users - from the simple end-user to the biggest enterprise systems:

sshfs - secure and transparent access to remote filesystems

sshfs is a very slick way to access your remote filesystems, securely and transparently. It is based on the great FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) framework, which has been integrated in the linux kernel since version 2.6.14. While sshfs may not be as fast and featureful as other full-blown network filesystems such as NFS or Samba, it still has some great features:

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