11.1-RELEASE kernel panics while importing ZFS pool
freebsd at erwanlegrand.com
Sun Sep 24 07:39:34 UTC 2017
On Sat, Sep 23, 2017 at 7:59 PM, Adam Vande More <amvandemore at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Sep 23, 2017 at 5:43 AM, Erwan Legrand <freebsd at erwanlegrand.com>
>> I have made an attempt at upgrading from FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE to
>> 11.1-RELEASE. Unfortunately, the 11.1-RELEASE kernel panics with the
>> following error:
>> panic: Solaris(panic): blkptr at 0xfffffe00033e5f80 has invalid CHECKSUM 0
>> The backtrace is as follows:
>> The root file system is part of this ZFS pool, which means I can't
>> even boot my system. Attempting to import the pool from the shell
>> prompt after booting from 11.1-RELEASE installation media also results
>> in a kernel panic.
>> I have searched bugs.freebsd.org, but none of the currently registered
>> issues appear to match. (Or so it seems to me.)
>> The 11.0-RELEASE kernel boots from this ZFS pool without trouble.
>> Thus, I have reverted to 11.0 for now.
>> Obviously, I'd like to upgrade at some point.
>> Any suggestion is welcome.
> Did you try a scrub on 11.0 first?
I did try to run a scrub. It does not find any error and it does not
make any difference in the end.
I forgot to say that this is an AMD64 kernel.
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