I'm using ZFS so far without any issues but what about Kubernetes


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Nov 17, 2016
I'm doing ZFS replication between the nodes. All good, this is not HA but fail over.
Few weeks ago I have deployed a Kubernetes cluster. As you may know ZFS is a local filesystem, my VMs using it and perfom very well, but how to deal with Kubernetes?

I mean there is no sense of clustered filesystem because I already have replication on my pool and scheduled volume replication between the nodes.
So what filesystem to use for my Kubernetes? I thing something like OpenEBS but not sure these type of cloud native filesystems are designed to work localy.

Any advices are welcomed.


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