Zfs root pool name
Jul 25, 2012 Re: zfs root pool with powerpath CindysOracle Jul 24, 2012 4: 50 PM ( in response to ) I don't have any of these devices personally and haven't seen any issues lately, but you might consider attaching the emcpower device to the root pool and test booting and rebooting from the attached device before you detach the existing device.It is widely know that ZFS can compress and deduplicate. The deduplication works across the pool level and removes duplicate data blocks as they are written to disk. This results into having only unique blocks stored on the disk while the duplicate blocks are shared among the files. zfs root pool name
Complete Solaris ZFS Root Pool Recovery. The following issues can complicate the root pool snapshot process: CR Fixed in the SXCE (Nevada, build 111) release but still open in the Solaris 10 509 release, and means that a recursive snapshot of the root pool can fail if more than one BE exists.
Scenario 1: One pool is already imported. In this case one pool is already imported with name datapool and other pool is yet to be imported. # zpool list NAME SIZE ALLOC FREE CAP HEALTH ALTROOT datapool 1008M 154K 1008M 0 ONLINE. In order to import the other datapool, we have to import it with some other name. zpool create tank devloop0. and rsynced my data from another storage in there directly so that my data is now in tank. zfs list NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT tank 591G 2. 10T 591G tank. Now I've realized that I need my data to be in a child filesystem, not in tank filesystem directly.zfs root pool name Renaming a ZFS pool. While messing around with ZFS last weekend, I noticed that I made a typo when I created one of my pools. ONLINE scrub: none requested config: NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM app ONLINE 0 0 0 c0d1 ONLINE 0 0 0 c1d0 ONLINE 0 0 0 c1d1 ONLINE 0 0 0 errors: No known data errors To fix this annoyance, I first exported the pool
So in addition to the ZFS pool we can list the default ZFS file system witht eh command. zfs list. Disk files have to referred to by their name and full path, ie rootdisk1. To create the disk files I use the command mkfile (usrsbinmkfile) mkfile 128M rootdisk1, 2, 3, 4 zfs root pool name The pool itself imports without any errors and zfs list shows the correct dataset names, sizes and mountpoints. When I try to copy zpool. cache over the old one in the dataset that has bootfs option set, the files are not there. Since the ZFS is referring to 'Storage pools the author created the nickname 'Tank' as in a 'Tank of water' or a 'Fish tank It is a bit of a play on words since the English words 'Pool' and 'Tank' both refer to large containers of water. Some people find it confusing at first. I am running Ubuntu with a luksencrypted zfs root and have switched from initramfstools to dracut to be able to use clevis for automatic decryption using a tang server. This worked fine with only the encrypted root zfs pool in the system. When a system is booted from a ZFS root file system, the path names of both the boot archive and the kernel file are resolved in the root file system that is selected for booting. When a system is booted for installation, a RAM disk is used for the root file system during the entire installation process.Rating: 4.70 / Views: 672