ZFS panic after replacing log device
freebsd at deman.com
Tue Nov 16 07:34:13 UTC 2010
I am no ZFS kernel-code dude or anything, but it is well known that losing the ZIL can corrupt things pretty bad with ZFS.
You may want to skim the archives at OpenSolaris ZFS discuss <zfs-discuss at opensolaris.org>
All in all, if I was in your situation I would give a whirl at installing OpenSolaris and going from there, being sure not to upgrade the pool version past what is supported by FreeBSD and going from there.
Unfortunately we all find ourselves in a bit of a pickle with ZFS right now with the Oracle acquisition of Sun. For myself, I would stick with deploying on FreeBSD but I think its going to be FBSD 9.1 before its going to be truly ready for production.
Just my 2-cents.
On Nov 15, 2010, at 10:24 PM, Terry Kennedy wrote:
>> I can give a developer remote console / root access to the box if that would
>> help. I have a couple days before I will need to nuke the pool and restore it
>> from backups.
> I haven't heard from anyone that wants to look into this. I need to get the
> pool back into service soon. If I don't get any requests to postpone or offers
> to investigate by 00:00 GMT on the 18th, I'll proceed with re-initializing the
> pool (minus the SSD, which is persona non grata).
> Terry Kennedy http://www.tmk.com
> terry at tmk.com New York, NY USA
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