Hands on Lab – Replacing Failed Disks from ZFS Pools ( Simple / Mirrored / RaidZ )


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6 Responses

  1. suresh says:

    Excellent article RAM

  2. Dennis says:

    All very interesting. However if you had set up your pools with spares your failure scenarios would be obselete. 

  3. Gyan says:

    Hi Ram,

    Good document however i feel that you should also unconfigure the device using cfgadm -c xxxxx.So that it will not be controlled by kernel.

  1. October 6, 2015

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