The following ZFS features are introduced in this Oracle Solaris release.
You can set a default user or a default group quota to restrict disk space for a large common file system that is used by many different users. For more information, see Setting ZFS Quotas and Reservations.
You can display recursive ZFS snapshot differences by using the recursive (–r) option. For more information, see Displaying Recursive ZFS Snapshot Differences.
With the command zpool monitor, you can monitor the status and progress of ongoing operations that have been started on ZFS data such sending or receiving of a ZFS stream, data scrubbing and resilvering. For more information, see Monitoring ZFS Pool Operations.
You can now use LZ4 algorithm when compressing a dataset. For more information, see Compressing ZFS File Systems.
ZFS cache devices now persist across reboots. For more information, see Creating a ZFS Storage Pool With Cache Devices