zfs version 13 kernel and zfs version 6 userland tool?
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Sun Nov 23 12:50:35 PST 2008
Quoting Goran Lowkrantz <glz at hidden-powers.com> (from Sun, 23 Nov 2008
> --On Sunday, November 23, 2008 20:41 +0100 Alexander Leidinger
> <Alexander at Leidinger.net> wrote:
>> I just half-updated a system to -current from today. This means I booted
>> todays kernel with the old world.
>> Is an old zfs userland tool supposed to work correctly with a recent
>> kernel? All I get is "internal error: out of memory" when I try a zfs
>> list (I noticed a problem as no zfs is mounted). I haven't read anything
>> like it shouldn't work on the mailinglist (as this is the normal way of
>> updating), so here are the loader.conf settings I use:
>> This i386 system has 768MB of memory.
>> Luckily /usr/src is not on ZFS, so I can install the new world if I want
>> to. But t be able to go back to the old kernel if necessary, I prefer to
>> not blindly update to the new world, except I get a message which tells
>> that it will fix my ZFS problem for sure.
> I had exactly the same problem but mount -t zfs worked so I mounted
> all ZFS filesystems and ran installworld with NO_FSCGH=true as the
> old zfs filesystem was version=1 and don't support flags until you
> have upgraded the filesystem to version 3.
I don't have a problem with fschg, as I didn't even try to do an
installworld. My problem is the memory error. Can you confirm that you
had the same error before the installworld, but not after the
Now I am depressed ...
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