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A simple script to create and manage virtual ZFS images on OS X without requiring repartitioning

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ZFS Utils for OS X
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A simple script to create and manage virtual ZFS images on OS X without
requiring repartitioning

Install
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To install simply run `pip install zfs-utils-osx`.

Example usage
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To create a pool (does a dry-run with the `-n` flag):

zfs.py zpool -n <pool_name>

::
usage: zfs.py [-h] {zpool} ...

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit

Subcommands:
Please specify one of the following subcommands

{zpool}
zpool zpool creation

::
usage: zfs.py zpool [-h] [-c COUNT] [-s SIZE]
[-t {raidz1,raidz2,raidz3,mirror,raidz}] [-n]
[-m MOUNTPOINT] [-o] [-p PATTERN]
pool_name

positional arguments:
pool_name The name of the pool to create

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-c COUNT, --count COUNT
The amount of images to use (default: 3)
-s SIZE, --size SIZE The usable size of the zpool in GiB (default: 10GiB)
-t {raidz1,raidz2,raidz3,mirror,raidz}, --type {raidz1,raidz2,raidz3,mirror,raidz}
The zpool type to use (default: raidz)
-n, --no-op, --dry-run
Show what will be done but dont execute
-m MOUNTPOINT, --mountpoint MOUNTPOINT
Where should the disk be mounted (default:
~/%(pool_name)s
-o, --overwrite Overwrite old images if they exist
-p PATTERN, --pattern PATTERN
File name pattern to store the images (default:
%(pool_name)s_%(i)02d)

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