[OpenIndiana-discuss] Zpool upgrade didn't seem to upgrade
bernd at helber-it-services.com
Thu Jan 20 16:04:02 UTC 2011
Am 20.01.11 14:40, schrieb Michelle Knight:
>> Personally i assume the peaks were triggerd by resilvering the pool.
>> Its not uncommon that you have a high load, if your pool is resilvering.
> Yes, the peaks were triggered by the resiver.
>> Best Practice in this case would have been creating a new Zpool, e.g
>> zfs send from $oldpool zfs receive $newpool... :-(
> I don't have enough connections to hook everything together at the same time.
> Also, I performed the trick with memory sticks. Here is a demo video I made...
> ... once all the 4gig sticks were replaced with 8 gig sticks, simply exporting
> and then importing the pool resulted in the extra space becoming available.
> For some reason, it didn't want to work with the 2tb drives.
>> I have three Questions for you.
>> First.. is this a production Box?
Ok, then its comparable to a production Box. :))
> It is my home server. The one that keeps all my data, photography RAW files,
> music, programs, code, everything going back to when I started with computers
> in my teens.
>> Second.. could you provide the output of zpool history?
Why so many scrubs, it makes me a little bit wonder, it shouldnt be
> mich at jaguar:/root# zpool history
> History for 'backup':
> 2011-01-20.07:27:55 zpool create backup c3d0p0
> History for 'data':
> 2010-01-14.20:50:32 zpool create data raidz c10t0d0p0 c11t0d0p0 c12t0d0p0
> 2010-01-14.20:54:22 zfs set mountpoint=/mirror data
> 2010-01-14.21:08:52 zfs set sharesmb=on data
> 2010-01-14.21:14:38 zfs set sharesmb=on data
> 2010-01-14.21:14:43 zfs set sharesmb=on data
> 2010-01-14.21:21:28 zfs set sharenfs=on data
> 2010-01-14.21:25:14 zfs set sharenfs=on data
> 2010-01-14.21:25:35 zfs set sharesmb=on data
> 2010-01-14.21:30:16 zfs set sharesmb=on data
> 2010-01-14.21:30:21 zfs set sharenfs=on data
> 2010-01-14.21:34:29 zfs set sharesmb=on data
> 2010-01-16.17:38:07 zpool import -f data
> 2010-01-17.17:13:56 zpool import -f data
> 2010-01-17.17:23:31 zpool export data
> 2010-01-17.17:32:34 zpool import data
> 2010-01-17.18:06:15 zpool export data
> 2010-01-17.18:07:18 zpool import data
> 2010-01-17.18:14:38 zpool export data
> 2010-01-17.18:14:55 zpool import data
> 2010-01-17.19:32:29 zpool export data
> 2010-01-17.20:33:34 zpool import data
> 2010-01-17.20:47:38 zpool export data
> 2010-01-17.20:56:05 zpool import data
> 2010-01-17.21:21:50 zpool export data
> 2010-01-17.21:35:24 zpool import data
> 2010-01-17.21:37:52 zfs set sharesmb=on data
> 2010-01-17.21:38:00 zfs set sharenfs=on data
> 2010-01-17.21:41:06 zfs set sharesmb=name=mirror data
> 2010-01-17.22:00:06 zpool export data
> 2010-01-17.22:02:44 zpool import data
> 2010-01-17.22:08:34 zpool export data
> 2010-01-17.22:31:27 zpool import data
> 2010-01-17.22:31:55 zpool export data
> 2010-01-18.07:39:30 zpool import data
> 2010-01-18.20:04:06 zfs set sharenfs=off data
> 2010-01-18.22:24:18 zpool export -f data
> 2010-01-18.22:26:17 zpool import data
> 2010-01-27.18:47:27 zpool export data
> 2010-01-27.20:36:11 zpool import data
> 2010-01-27.20:37:09 zpool export data
> 2010-01-31.09:26:24 zpool import data
> 2010-01-31.09:26:59 zpool export data
> 2010-02-03.19:19:57 zpool import data
> 2010-02-03.23:09:06 zpool export data
> 2010-02-03.23:13:25 zpool import data
> 2010-02-03.23:56:02 zpool export data
> 2010-02-16.19:41:11 zpool import data
> 2010-02-17.07:34:01 zpool upgrade data
> 2010-02-21.15:51:24 zpool export data
> 2010-02-21.18:35:57 zpool import data
> 2010-02-27.20:03:46 zpool scrub data
> 2010-03-05.04:00:04 zpool scrub data
> 2010-04-05.04:00:04 zpool scrub data
> 2010-05-05.04:00:04 zpool scrub data
> 2010-06-01.13:48:17 zpool clear data
> 2010-06-05.04:00:03 zpool scrub data
> 2010-07-05.04:00:03 zpool scrub data
> 2010-08-05.04:00:05 zpool scrub data
> 2010-08-05.22:26:45 zpool clear data
> 2010-08-19.15:01:05 zpool scrub data
> 2010-09-05.04:00:03 zpool scrub data
> 2010-09-15.19:44:14 zpool clear data
> 2010-09-15.22:41:29 zpool clear data
> 2010-10-05.04:00:04 zpool scrub data
> 2010-10-06.08:22:05 zpool clear data
> 2010-10-08.22:45:10 zpool clear data
> 2010-11-05.04:00:04 zpool scrub data
> 2010-12-05.04:00:04 zpool scrub data
> 2010-12-22.14:46:27 zpool scrub data
> 2010-12-23.08:08:27 zpool replace -f data c6t0d0p0 c6t2d0p0
> 2010-12-23.20:27:17 zpool scrub data
> 2010-12-23.20:55:59 zpool replace -f data c6t2d0p0 c6t0d0p0
> 2010-12-24.01:34:37 zpool clear data
> 2010-12-24.01:51:21 zpool offline data c6t0d0p0
> 2010-12-24.01:53:05 zpool online data c6t0d0p0
> 2010-12-24.01:54:59 zpool export data
> 2010-12-24.01:55:57 zpool import data
> 2010-12-24.07:22:34 zpool scrub -s data
> 2010-12-24.07:37:08 zpool detach data c6t0d0p0
> 2010-12-24.07:38:14 zpool scrub data
> 2010-12-24.07:38:43 zpool scrub -s data
> 2010-12-24.07:39:15 zpool scrub data
> 2010-12-24.12:08:01 zpool clear data
> 2010-12-24.12:24:49 zpool clear data
> 2010-12-24.12:27:10 zpool clear data
> 2010-12-24.12:30:33 zpool scrub -s data
> 2010-12-24.12:31:05 zpool clear data
> 2010-12-24.12:37:56 zpool replace data c6t0d0p0 c6t2d0p0
> 2010-12-25.07:02:28 zpool scrub data
> 2010-12-25.07:34:09 zpool scrub -s data
> 2010-12-25.07:34:18 zpool clear data
> 2010-12-25.10:55:36 zpool replace data c6t2d0p0 c4t1d0
> 2010-12-25.20:01:19 zpool clear data
> 2010-12-25.20:01:52 zpool scrub data
> 2010-12-25.20:10:32 zpool detach data c6t2d0p0
> 2010-12-26.05:55:48 zpool scrub data
> 2010-12-26.12:23:19 zpool scrub data
> 2010-12-31.09:54:06 zpool import -f data
> 2010-12-31.09:54:36 zpool upgrade data
> 2010-12-31.10:02:50 zfs set sharesmb=on data
> 2010-12-31.10:12:17 zfs set sharesmb=on data sharemgr=name=mirror
> 2010-12-31.10:13:03 zfs set sharesmb=name=mirror data
> 2010-12-31.10:18:06 zfs set readonly=off data
> 2010-12-31.13:19:46 zpool scrub data
> 2010-12-31.18:54:22 zpool replace data c2t5d0p0 c2t2d0
> 2011-01-01.07:48:06 zpool scrub data
> 2011-01-01.07:48:14 zpool clear data
> 2011-01-05.00:00:09 zpool scrub data
> 2011-01-13.19:14:42 zpool scrub data
> 2011-01-13.20:20:56 zpool scrub -s data
> 2011-01-16.06:35:43 zpool scrub data
> 2011-01-16.12:01:46 zpool export data
> 2011-01-16.12:02:29 zpool import data
> 2011-01-16.12:02:33 zpool export data
> 2011-01-16.12:02:46 zpool import data
> 2011-01-16.12:03:29 zpool replace data c3d0p0 c2t4d0
> 2011-01-16.20:09:31 zpool clear data
> 2011-01-17.05:47:31 zpool scrub data
> 2011-01-17.16:57:14 zpool scrub -s data
> 2011-01-17.16:57:35 zpool export data
> 2011-01-17.17:01:43 zpool import data
> 2011-01-17.17:02:11 zpool replace data c4d0 c2t3d0
> 2011-01-18.07:38:31 zpool replace data c2t4d0 c3d0
> 2011-01-18.16:13:42 zpool clear data
> 2011-01-18.23:24:34 zpool clear data
> 2011-01-19.05:52:49 zpool clear data
> 2011-01-19.07:50:22 zpool clear data
> 2011-01-19.09:35:56 zpool clear data
> 2011-01-19.11:02:32 zpool scrub data
> 2011-01-19.11:12:34 zpool import data
> 2011-01-19.11:13:18 zpool replace data c3d0 c2t4d0
> 2011-01-19.19:12:32 zpool clear data
> 2011-01-20.06:30:41 zpool export data
> 2011-01-20.06:56:10 zpool import data
> History for 'rpool':
> 2010-12-31.07:50:38 zpool create -f rpool c2t0d0s0
> 2010-12-31.07:50:38 zfs set org.openindiana.caiman:install=busy rpool
> 2010-12-31.07:50:38 zfs create -b 4096 -V 1979m rpool/swap
> 2010-12-31.07:50:39 zfs create -b 131072 -V 1979m rpool/dump
> 2010-12-31.07:50:39 zfs set mountpoint=/a/export rpool/export
> 2010-12-31.07:50:39 zfs set mountpoint=/a/export/home rpool/export/home
> 2010-12-31.07:50:40 zfs set mountpoint=/a/export/home/mich
> 2010-12-31.08:00:56 zpool set bootfs=rpool/ROOT/openindiana rpool
> 2010-12-31.08:02:00 zfs set org.openindiana.caiman:install=ready rpool
> 2010-12-31.08:02:00 zfs set mountpoint=/export/home/mich
> 2010-12-31.08:02:00 zfs set mountpoint=/export/home rpool/export/home
> 2010-12-31.08:02:01 zfs set mountpoint=/export rpool/export
> 2010-12-31.08:45:08 zpool attach -f rpool c2t0d0s0 c2t1d0s0
> 2011-01-09.00:00:08 zpool scrub rpool
>> Third, no offence, but do you have proper Literature for ZFS?
>> If not please have a look at Solarisinternals
>> Or have a look at the Open Solaris Bible.
> I was on a Sun course (prior to the Oracle take over) which covered ZFS as
> part of it. It really captured my imagination. Hence I did a load of testing
> with memory sticks and even made videos to say, "Hey, how cool is this!"
> But it is odd things like this which are really throwing me curve balls.
>> Fourth... what would you like to achieve with OI ?
> <engage violins> On a small wage, I can not do much. After dealing with cheap
> RAID cards over the years, I lost a lot of data because the embedded control
> was near impossible to work with. I had back ups fortunately, but as data
> sizes grew, I couldn't afford the larger tape backup systems. ZFS seemed like
> the perfect answer for one as poor as I. <end violins>
Yeah i understand but Raid is not a backup Solution. ;)
> With the killing of OS for the home user (due to the licence prohibiting
> production box of Express 11 ... it made no distinction for home users at all
> ... so I had to move from OS) I did a bit of research and believe that OI is
> the obvious replacement for OS.
> Not because of the technology ... but because of the community. The e-mails
> and the help I have received over IRC have been wonderfully supportive, and
> tolerant of me.
> So, I have chosen to use OI to keep all my data safe with ZFS. E-sata cards
> for an external backup system that I can put two drives in, so I can back up
> to a ZFS mirror set.
For my home server, i used a similar solution, but i stick to Zpool
Mirros, as i do in Business, if you want to have your Data save use the
mirror, its easier to handle, we use zpool mirrors also for Fileservers
and Databases for our business.
Raidz looks great on paper ... but i has to many issues in handling from
my point of view and the experience my collagues and i had.
Yes its true you lose more storage space with mirrors, there's no
diskussion about it but for me its quit handy.
At home i also run snv_134 and a svn_117 Box at this moment i won't
upgrade, in case the Systems are working like a charm
To backup my Clients, i use bacula, cause i can't afford Legato
Networker licences for my Home Environement. ;)
I picked up a few ressources for you. ;)
> Seems like the ideal solution that will grow with me.
> I've actually achieved what I want with OI, a home server that seems stable.
> It is just odd behaviours that are throwing me a little.
>> Sorry now i made four Questions out of it. ;)
> No problem :-)
> Many thanks for any help you can give me on this.
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