Because of this:
I found this:
Nice to see this addressed here as well. Ironic to the first link, just yesterday I upgraded my ZFS version to the very latest version by using Debian Bullseye’s respective repository on my NextcloudPi, because I wanted to try out the relatively new (at least for non-Solaris users) encryption feature that has been added to ZFSonLinux. There was a bug in the versions 7+, so I upgraded to 0.8.2-2 and it works flawlessly now.
I recommend ZFS to anyone who seriously is interested in a very well done and wholesome storage solution. Once you have ZFS, you pretty much have all the features available that you could need for your storage. It offers so many options…
I think, once you go ZFS, you never go back. At least that’s the case for me. All my storage is entirely based on ZFS. The only stuff I don’t use ZFS for are the root file systems, that are not made for storage, but only for boot, apps, etc.