Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2022 20:19:10 UTC
https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=262710 --- Comment #1 from Martin Birgmeier <d8zNeCFG@aon.at> --- One further thought: On the file server, there are zvols like hal.1/vdisks/903 hal.1/vdisks/904 These are all sliced and partitioned with s4a, s4b, s4d, resulting in device entries like /dev/zvol/hal.1/vdisks/903 /dev/zvol/hal.1/vdisks/903s4 /dev/zvol/hal.1/vdisks/903s4a /dev/zvol/hal.1/vdisks/903s4b /dev/zvol/hal.1/vdisks/903s4d <then all the devices corresponding to snapshots> ... These partitions then have either a UFS or a glabel label, resulting in entries in /dev/ufs and /dev/label. It would be better to move these labels to where the slices/partitions appear, like /dev/zvol/hal.1/vdisks/ufs/disk903s4a (UFS label) /dev/zvol/hal.1/vdisks/ufs/disk903s4d /dev/zvol/hal.1/vdisks/label/disk903s4b (glabel label) In this way there would not be conflicts when the same label name appears in multiple zvols. Also, it is similar to the logic applied to "normal" labels, i.e., those not coming from sliced/partitioned zvols. As said before, labels for snapshots should not be created at all. -- Martin -- You are receiving this mail because: You are the assignee for the bug.