10.2-Beta i386..what's wrong..?
gjb at FreeBSD.org
Fri Jul 24 00:23:08 UTC 2015
On Fri, Jul 24, 2015 at 02:19:20AM +0200, Michelle Sullivan wrote:
> Glen Barber wrote:
> > ZFS on i386 requires KSTACK_PAGES=4 in the kernel configuration to work
> > properly, as noted in the 10.1-RELEASE errata (and release notes, if
> > I remember correctly).
> > We cannot set KSTACK_PAGES=4 in GENERIC by default, as it is too
> > disruptive.
Because it takes resources away from userland threads.
> > If you are using ZFS on i386, you *must* build your own
> > kernel for this. It is otherwise unsupported by default.
> Why is zfs on i386 so hard? Why is it even in the GENERIC kernel if
> it's unsupported?
It is not in GENERIC by default. You have to specifically kldload(8)
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