How to limit bandwidth of ZFS send/recv?
I've been messing around with ZFS lately and it seems pretty cool. However, I can't seem to find a way to limit the bandwidth that is used for a ZFS send/recv.
I'm trying to send a ~400GB filesystem between two systems (sending is Ubuntu, receiving is FreeBSD): one at my house, and another on a server. I don't have a particularly fast connection (50 mbit/s), so I'm looking for a way to limit the bandwidth that ZFS uses so that my internet doesn't grind to a halt for almost a day.
I'm not in a rush to have the data transferred or anything, so I'd rather be able to use my internet than have it finish faster. I don't have a way of limiting the connection speed of a single host on my router, so a software solution on either the sending or receiving end would be highly preferred.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.