Can HFS+ formatted ZVOL be backed up by Time Machine?

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Can HFS+ formatted ZVOL be backed up by Time Machine?

Postby RobRehnmark » Thu Jun 21, 2018 1:08 am

I have a Raidz1 of three SSD disks with a ZVOL on it that I have formatted as HFS+.
I would like this HFS+ formatted volume to be backed up by Time Machine. To be clear, I do not need TM to use this disk to store backups.
I assumed it would be as it is "simply an HFS+ volume" to the system... doesn't seem quite that simple after all?

Any ideas on how to go about this?
I don't mind destroying the pool or anything, just want to get to a point where I have the automatic Time Machine backups working for the volume.
Super grateful to the people developing OpenZFS on OS X!
RaidZ2 working well for storing my data, OS X Server share for Time Machine, FCPX, iTunes, Photos, etc. on my Hackinstosh.
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Re: Can HFS+ formatted ZVOL be backed up by Time Machine?

Postby RobRehnmark » Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:50 am

Or do I need to make a sparsebundle on the ZFS pool?
Would that be backed up by Time Machine?
Super grateful to the people developing OpenZFS on OS X!
RaidZ2 working well for storing my data, OS X Server share for Time Machine, FCPX, iTunes, Photos, etc. on my Hackinstosh.
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