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  1. ECC RAM is all I could ever wish for, I have admit, mainly for better data integrity / ZFS. Better Sliders to insert those HDDs with (instead of the original pink ones); the original ones scratch when you insert then and are rather tough to insert in the first place as well. (EDIT: voting appears to have required a comment in this thread... works now.)
  2. "Works for me". I'll write a page how I did it at the helios64 reddit wiki, if you care for that, on the weekend. I did have to manually insert the systemd-files as the build of those somehow didn't work as expected, but maybe I'll work that out as well once I condense my notes. # zfs version zfs-2.0.0-1 zfs-kmod-2.0.0-1 # uname -a Linux helios 5.9.11-rockchip64 #20.11.1 SMP PREEMPT Fri Nov 27 21:59:08 CET 2020 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux # lsb_release -d Description: Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS
  3. In that case: please be aware, that the Armbian Ubuntu zfs-dkms package works well, but you mustn't upgrade to the most recent kernel release. (The working base image would be Armbian_20.08.21_Helios64_focal_current_5.8.17.img.xz - the zfs-dkms package from the Armbian Ubuntu repository works out of the box.) There appear to be compile issues with the current upgrade/release (20.11/20.11.1 with kernel 5.9.x).
  4. My apologies, I didn't realize this was a Debian-specific thread. (I'm using it with the Ubuntu image at the moment.)
  5. Just out of curiosity: are there any specific ZFS 2.0 features you need, or are you just building it for fun / to have the latest and greatest version?
  6. I'd be very much interested what issues folks have with 20.11 and if Kobol already recommends it / have tested it.
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