Help! zpool corrupted!
peter.schuller at infidyne.com
Tue Mar 3 06:54:54 PST 2009
> With 'zfs mount -a' command terminal not returns command prompt, but system not freezes - any typing echoed to display and ctrl-alt-del reboots system as expected. I tried to mound datasets manually - system became thinking on /home and /usr.
Can you run "iostat -x 1" while while youre zfs mount -a hangs? It
will probably indicate that there is 100% disk utilization on the disk
in question, indicating there is one or more I/O request(s)
outstanding to the device, indicating a
If on the other hand 'zfs mount -a' hangs but there is no ongoing
attempts at disk I/O according to iostat, there may be a software
problem with zfs or something else, although since you have confirmed
disk-related issues it might have been triggered by actual on-disk
/ Peter Schuller
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