Verry serious problem with ZFS & 12.0
julien at perdition.city
Thu Aug 29 08:37:33 UTC 2019
On Thu, Aug 29, 2019 at 12:45:47AM +0200, Albert Shih wrote:
> After update 4 servers from 11.2 to 12.0 without any problem, wait few
> weeks to see if everything work well, and it did. I just upgrade my mail
> During the upgrade I also upgrade all firmware for the hardware.
> And now I got a very serious issue with my server.
> Configuration :
> Dell PowerEdge R740Xd with H730P, 192 Go Ram, 2 SAS mechanical disk for the system,
> 2 SSD (in a zfs pool) for the mail index (cyrus), and 28 mechanical disk
> (in a second zfs pool) for the mailbox.
> The problem:
> After running few days the zfs pool with the 2 SSD are not responding.
> The system are perfectly working.
> The second zpool (mechanical disk) are perfectly working.
> I got zero log, zero message in the console or in dmesg.
> The arc_size are correct, it's around 70-75 %.
> The moment the zfs pool become not responding are random, not related to
> any activity (human or cron).
> The only option I pass for the kernel related to ZFS are vfs.zfs.min_auto_ashift=12 and
> vfs.zfs.prefetch_disable=1. Without the second one the system no
> responding (under 11.2) when the server send (through zfs send) the data to another
> After the first problem I make a zfs upgrade, thinking maybe that's the
> problem so I'm not sure I can downgrade to 11.2 (and 11.2 are EOL)
> In your opinion :
> 1/ What should I do to try to find the problem ?
> 2/ Do you think that's a hardware/firmware problem or FreeBSD problem,
> the point is the second zpool are working perfectly so I'm thinking at
> some firmware/hardware/compatibility problem.
looks like PR 236480
> Albert SHIH
> DIO bâtiment 15
> Observatoire de Paris
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> Thu 29 Aug 2019 12:26:55 AM CEST
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