On Jul 21, 7:39 am 2008, Kevin Winchester
>No one else seems to have volunteered, so I would certainly like to
>give it a try. I guess I need to get the ZFS grub code, create a ZFS
>filesystem, and start looking around for information on linux
>filesystem development and ZFS (obviously without looking at any CDDL
>licensed code).


>Once I get a handle on that, I'll see where I can get before I need to
>ask a thousand questions.


Hi Kevin, a few weeks ago I wrote a python module for fun, which can read
most of zfs data structure. Based on ondiskformat0822.pdf, I started
it from scratch.

http://code.google.com/p/zfspy/

It maybe useful if you want to learn zfs on disk data structure.
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