File system frenzy

On my server, I’ve been looking into having various ZFS file systems, this would allow me to better manage parts of the system later on.

I have so far set it all up as such:

ben@BELEG-IA:/share/media$ zfs list
NAME                        USED   AVAIL  REFER  MOUNTPOINT
rpool                       26.1G  431G   72K    /rpool
rpool/ROOT                  3.10G  431G   18K    legacy
rpool/ROOT/opensolaris      3.10G  431G   2.96G  /
rpool/dump                  1018M  431G   1018M  –
rpool/export                640K   431G   19K    /export
rpool/export/home           622K   431G   19K    /export/home
rpool/export/home/ben       602K   431G   602K   /export/home/ben
rpool/share                 21.1G  431G   19K    /share
rpool/share/media           21.1G  431G   33K    /share/media
rpool/share/media/movies    21.1G  431G   21.1G  /share/media/movies
rpool/share/media/music     18K    431G   18K    /share/media/music
rpool/share/media/pictures  18K    431G   18K    /share/media/pictures
rpool/share/media/tv        18K    431G   18K    /share/media/tv
rpool/swap                  1018M  432G   16K    –

The bold entries are separate file systems I have created using:

zfs create rpool/

For example:

zfs create rpool/share

I then did the following to allow the file system and all sub systems to be shared over NFS:

zfs set sharenfs=on rpool/share

So far I’ve not set up any sort of snapshotting…