Based on our record, mergerfs seems to be more popular. It has been mentiond 40 times since March 2021. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
If I had your setup and wanted to go the route of most easiest, I would use mergerfs and snapraid. - Source: Reddit / 7 days ago
Https://github.com/trapexit/mergerfs "mergerfs is a union filesystem geared towards simplifying storage and management of files across numerous commodity storage devices. It is similar to mhddfs, unionfs, and aufs.". - Source: Reddit / 21 days ago
You could combine the destination disks together using mergerfs, which will distribute newly written files to the disks based on which one has the most free space. Then pipe "zfs send" through GNU split:. - Source: Reddit / 29 days ago
While you can use MergerFS to create a JBOD system that will survive the failure of one disk, while allowing writes across all of them, I want to state for the record that this is a terrible idea. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
One example: https://github.com/trapexit/mergerfs (just an example, still has the limitation of being an overlay style afaik). - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
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