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Jul 20, 2023
ZFS pool I/O latency statistics
This tool displays ZFS pool latency histogram in a way that should be more intuitive than the numbers output by “zpool iostat -r”.
Letters from “.” over “a” to “z” and finally “^” are displayed for higher numbers of latencies observed either over the run-time of the program or within each 3 second interval.
Checkout these related ports:
- Zxfer - Easily and reliably transfer ZFS filesystems
- Ztop - Display ZFS dataset I/O in real time
- Zsm - ZFS Snapshot Manager
- Zsd - Destroys ZFS snapshots
- Zrepl - ZFS dataset replication tool
- Zrep - ZFS based replication and failover solution
- Zoxide - Fast cd alternative that learns your habits
- Zogftw - Creates redundant backups on encrypted ZFS pools
- Znapzend - ZFS-centric backup tool
- Zisofs-tools - User utilities for zisofs
- Zidrav - File corruption detection and repair program
- Zfstools - OpenSolaris-compatible auto snapshotting for ZFS
- Zfsnap2 - Portable performant script to make rolling ZFS snapshots easy
- Zfsnap - Simple sh script to make zfs rolling snaphosts with cron
- Zfs-stats - Display human-readable ZFS statistics