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Six European Nexenta disties are setting up EraStor to sell pre-built Nexenta/Super Micro storage servers, and there is a Coraid Ethernet storage array connection. EraStor, the new European Reseller Alliance, is composed of six independent system integrators/Nexenta resellers: zStor (Germany); E4 Computer Engineering (Italy); …

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sounds great! ZFS is a really good fileystem, maybe the best out there. The big advantage of ZFS is that it protects your data against data corruption, which no other solution does. So, if you want your data to be safe, and not corrupted, you use ZFS. Maybe via EraStor. So forget about hardware raid which are not safe.

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