ZFS failure (vdev probe failure)

Martin Simmons martin at lispworks.com
Fri Jun 12 10:35:48 UTC 2020


>>>>> On Thu, 11 Jun 2020 20:03:12 +0200, Gordon Bergling said:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> has anyone seen this kind of failure on a vdev / zfs pool?
> 
> Jun 11 19:17:23 lion ZFS[16825]: vdev probe failure, zpool=$boiler path=$/dev/da2
> Jun 11 19:17:23 lion ZFS[17154]: pool I/O failure, zpool=$boiler error=$6
> Jun 11 19:17:23 lion ZFS[17181]: catastrophic pool I/O failure, zpool=$boiler
> Jun 11 19:17:26 lion ZFS[17394]: pool I/O failure, zpool=$boiler error=$28
> Jun 11 19:17:26 lion ZFS[17702]: pool I/O failure, zpool=$boiler error=$28
> Jun 11 19:17:26 lion ZFS[17840]: pool I/O failure, zpool=$boiler error=$28
> Jun 11 19:17:26 lion ZFS[18189]: pool I/O failure, zpool=$boiler error=$28
> Jun 11 19:17:26 lion ZFS[18382]: pool I/O failure, zpool=$boiler error=$28
> Jun 11 19:17:26 lion ZFS[18733]: pool I/O failure, zpool=$boiler error=$28
> Jun 11 19:17:26 lion ZFS[19051]: pool I/O failure, zpool=$boiler error=$28
> Jun 11 19:17:26 lion ZFS[19346]: catastrophic pool I/O failure, zpool=$boiler
> 
> After an reboot everything seems to be okay and I do daily scrubs and none
> of them as shown an error before.
> 
> --Gordon

Were there any other syslog messages about /dev/da2?  It looks like it stopped
working temporarily.

__Martin


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