Diff for /wikisrc/zfs.mdwn between versions 1.25 and 1.26

version 1.25, 2020/03/02 20:50:56 version 1.26, 2020/06/24 15:19:56
Line 198  is cleanly enough. Line 198  is cleanly enough.
 For now, a good guess is that a 4G system with only 1T of disk is  For now, a good guess is that a 4G system with only 1T of disk is
 probably ok, and that 1G is very likely not ok.  probably ok, and that 1G is very likely not ok.
   
   Besides RAM, zfs requires that architecture kernel stack size is at least 12KB or more - some
   operations cause stack overflow with 8KB kernel stack. On NetBSD, the architectures
   with 16KB kernel stack are amd64, sparc64, powerpc, and experimental ia64, hppa. mac68k and sh3 have 12KB kernel
   stack. All others use only 8KB stack, which is not enough to run zfs.
   
 FreeBSD has some documentation about memory use.  There is a notion of  FreeBSD has some documentation about memory use.  There is a notion of
 a minimum of 1G (used for ZFS), and using 1G for 1T of storage, and  a minimum of 1G (used for ZFS), and using 1G for 1T of storage, and
 more if deduplication is enabled.  FreeBSD considers all i386 systems  more if deduplication is enabled.  FreeBSD considers all i386 systems

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