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1.  Oracle Solaris ZFS File System (Introduction)

2.  Getting Started With Oracle Solaris ZFS

3.  Oracle Solaris ZFS and Traditional File System Differences

4.  Managing Oracle Solaris ZFS Storage Pools

5.  Managing ZFS Root Pool Components

6.  Managing Oracle Solaris ZFS File Systems

7.  Working With Oracle Solaris ZFS Snapshots and Clones

8.  Using ACLs and Attributes to Protect Oracle Solaris ZFS Files

9.  Oracle Solaris ZFS Delegated Administration

10.  Oracle Solaris ZFS Advanced Topics

ZFS Volumes

Using a ZFS Volume as a Swap or Dump Device

Using a ZFS Volume as a Solaris iSCSI LUN

Using ZFS on a Solaris System With Zones Installed

Adding ZFS File Systems to a Non-Global Zone

Delegating Datasets to a Non-Global Zone

Adding ZFS Volumes to a Non-Global Zone

Using ZFS Storage Pools Within a Zone

Managing ZFS Properties Within a Zone

Understanding the zoned Property

Using ZFS Alternate Root Pools

Creating ZFS Alternate Root Pools

Importing Alternate Root Pools

ZFS Rights Profiles

11.  Oracle Solaris ZFS Troubleshooting and Pool Recovery

A.  Oracle Solaris ZFS Version Descriptions


ZFS Rights Profiles

If you want to perform ZFS management tasks without using the superuser (root) account, you can assume a role with either of the following profiles to perform ZFS administration tasks:

For more information about creating or assigning roles, see System Administration Guide: Security Services.

In addition to using RBAC roles for administering ZFS file systems, you might also consider using ZFS delegated administration for distributed ZFS administration tasks. For more information, see Chapter 9, Oracle Solaris ZFS Delegated Administration.