The Z File System, or ZFS, is an innovative file system that is a lot better than any other file system these days. It is very reliable and delivers the very best performance for the hosting platforms which use it. What makes it exceptional is that it compares the so-called checksum of all the files on the drives which make up a RAID array in real time and in case a file is corrupted, it's repaired right away. Basically, the very same website files are located on two or more hard disks and if there's an issue with a file on one hard disk, a good copy is employed from the other drive to restore that file. By comparison, none of the other widespread file systems features checksums. ZFS is also considerably quicker and its performance is not influenced by the number of files stored on the hosting servers. The bigger speeds also enable backups to be set up quicker and more often without affecting the performance of the system.
ZFS Cloud Storage, Mails, MySQL in Cloud Hosting
Considering all of the advantages that ZFS has over other file systems, it's not a surprise that we've made a decision to use it on the cutting-edge cloud platform on which your new cloud hosting
account shall be set up. Our custom setup and the Hepsia Control Panel make this possible since the other popular control panels can't run on ZFS. The result of our work is a much faster and efficient web hosting service - we will store your files, databases and email messages on ZFS-powered hosting servers that come with huge amounts of RAM and SSD drives which will deliver the best possible speed for your Internet sites. We also take advantage of the considerably faster backup generation that ZFS provides, so we'll keep 4 different copies of all your files, databases and email messages daily without compromising the performance of the hosting servers - something that companies employing other file systems simply cannot provide. Every server from the storage clusters also features a backup machine and the ZFS file system makes it possible to have the latest copy of your content on both places - a good copy, needless to say. That way, if a server fails, we could switch to its backup within seconds, so your websites shall be operational at all times and you will never have to stress about the integrity of your files or about the stability of your server.