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Submission + - Making ZFS and DTrace work on Ubuntu Linux (liberumvir.com)

Liberum Vir writes: Many of the people that I talk with, that use solaris-like systems, mention ZFS and DTrace as the reasons they simply cannot move to Linux. So, I set out to discover how to make these two technologies work on the latest LTS release of Ubuntu. It turned out to be much easier than I expected. The ports of these technologies have come a long way. If you or someone you know is addicted to a solaris-like system because of ZFS and DTrace, please, inquire within.
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Making ZFS and DTrace work on Ubuntu Linux

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