Problems with ZFS file servers

Bob Healey healer at
Mon Sep 14 01:38:45 UTC 2015 for some of the requested 
information.  Other bits I am not sure how to collect.
The switch stats go back 68 days to when the machine was powered on 
after some electrical work elsewhere in the building.

Bob Healey
Systems Administrator
Biocomputation and Bioinformatics Constellation
and Molecularium
healer at
(518) 276-4407

On 9/13/2015 9:07 PM, Vladislav Prodan wrote:
> --- Original message ---
> From: "Bob Healey" <healer at>
> Date: 13 September 2015, 22:33:08
> Hi.
> I've been semi-successfully running multi-homed ZFS based NFS file
> servers.  Every 30-90 days I have to reboot them, or they become
> non-responsive on one or more interfaces.  My only error messages are my
> RHEL 5 clients complaining the server is unreachable, and the output of
> netstat -i showing fast increasing input errors.  I am running
> 10.1-RELEASE patched to 7/2/15.  Installed ports are minimal, mainly
> bash, rsync, portupgrade, and their dependencies.
> Hello.
> Show daily graphics one of the servers on such parameters:
> 1) pps on each physical network interface.
> 2) The errors on each physical network interface
> 3) IOPS on disk storage and the individual HDD (if you keep records)
> 4) the total CPU load and each core individually.
> Also attach detailed information on the network card (for example, pciconf -lv em0, ifconfig em0), network and NFS configuration by rc.conf

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