The 0.1.7 LiveCD requires a 64-bit processor, minimum 1GB memory, and can be tested inside a Virtualbox session.
From the website:
I am pleased to announce the ZFSguru website opened to the public, and simultaneous release of ZFSguru version 0.1.7!
The ZFSguru project began in June 2010, when I realized that many users looking for reliable storage could benefit from ZFS. It provides free access to the most advanced protection for your data and has tons of features to make your life easier and make storage more sexy and fun to manage. But somehow, ZFS has not managed to conquer the hearts of all users just yet. The availability was bad, lack of support and user friendly interaction, all these would hold back casual users to actually use this technology.
Until now. ZFSguru is designed with user friendly interaction in mind; we want normal human beings to benefit from the advanced ZFS filesystem, without having to learn a complex UNIX system, associated with a very steep learning curve. Unless, you want to.
The ZFSguru project provides you with easy access to the most basic NAS functions, while still giving you all the power to experiment and discover the world of FreeBSD and it's vast software library. This provides an excellent platform to learn the FreeBSD operating system, but only if you want to! If you just want simple but reliable storage and make it work without having to fiddle with it, ZFSguru would be just that.