The Z File System, or ZFS, is an advanced file system that is a lot better than any other file system available on the market. It's very reliable and provides the absolute best performance for the hosting platforms which use it. What makes it special is that it compares the so-called checksum of all files on the hard disks which make up a RAID array in real time and in case a file is broken, it is repaired immediately. Basically, the exact same site files are saved on two or more hard drives and if there's a problem with a file on one drive, a good copy is employed from the other drive in order to restore that file. In comparison, none of the other widespread file systems features checksums. ZFS is also much quicker and its functionality is not influenced by the amount of files stored on the web servers. The bigger speeds also enable backups to be created quicker and more frequently without affecting the overall performance of the system.

ZFS Cloud Storage, Mails, MySQL in Shared Website Hosting

Considering all of the advantages which ZFS has over other file systems, it's not a surprise that we've chose to use it on the cutting-edge cloud platform where your new shared website hosting account shall be created. Our custom setup and the Hepsia CP make this possible as the other popular control panels cannot operate on ZFS. The result of our work is a much quicker and efficient web hosting service - we shall store your files, databases and e-mails on ZFS-powered servers which feature huge amounts of RAM and solid state drives that'll deliver the best possible speed for your websites. We also take advantage of the faster backup generation which ZFS delivers, so we shall keep 4 different copies of all your files, databases and email messages on a daily basis without lowering the performance of the web servers - something which companies employing other file systems simply cannot offer. Each server from the storage clusters also has a backup machine and the ZFS file system enables us to have the latest copy of your content on both places - a good copy, of course. This way, if a server fails, we could switch to its backup in seconds, so your websites will be up and running at all times and you shall never have to be concerned about the integrity of your files or about the stability of your web server.