"log_sysevent: type 19 is not implemented" messages during boot
olivier at gid0.org
Fri Jun 17 15:28:52 UTC 2011
2011/6/17 Rolf Nielsen <listreader at lazlarlyricon.com>:
> 2011-06-17 16:29, Artem Belevich skrev:
>>> Are you sure that it's harmless? It appeared for me as an evidence of
>>> breakage. I had these messages when I ran any zpool command on broken
>>> I do't havesingle one after pool is fixed. Here's my thread on freebsd-fs
>> Indeed. Same story here. Last week I've got my pool corrupted due to a
>> bad memory stick. Then I've got tons of thse "log_sysevent: type
>> 19..." messages. After re-importing the pool with -F the messages went
>> away. So, from where I stand, those messages do seem to correlate with
>> a problem and should not be hushed by default.
>> Instead, they should probably be converted to something easier to
>> understand by humans. Something like "Oops. I do hope you had a backup
>> of this pool." should do the trick.
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> I haven't had any problems at all. In the daily script I get "all pools are
> healthy", and I have, AFAIK, experienced no data loss (and yes, I do daily
> backups). Seems to me it's a useless message, if it sometimes, but not
> always, signals a problem.
On mine, it pops up at boot on the console if the cache device is
inaccessible (usb key). No real problem on the pool, but an
information with more meaning would be useful.
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