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How do I future-proof a ZFS bpool when installing Ubuntu? (Novice)

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I have limited Ubuntu experience; a previous install of Ubuntu on my wife's laptop resulted in error messages about the ZFS pool being too small frequently and consistently.

I'm going to start from a fresh install: is there a way to set up ZFS so that I don't see these errors? Should I be making the default pool larger, or is there a command or tool I should set up to remove old snapshots and keep the pool from filling up?

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The first question that comes to mind is: do you *need* ZFS? Based on the way the question is written, it seems more like overkill. If you’re not using snapshot replication or regularly rolling back to a previous snapshot, then the default Ext4 file system may be sufficient for your needs
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