[OpenIndiana-discuss] 4k zpool version no longer available?
richard.elling at richardelling.com
Mon Sep 24 21:48:01 UTC 2012
On Sep 24, 2012, at 2:30 PM, Jaco Schoonen <jaco at macuser.nl> wrote:
> Dear all,
> After studying all the information about 4K-disks I figured out that to get more space in my server I need to create a new pool, consisting of 4K-disks and then moving everything from the old 512-byte pool to the new one.
> So far, so good. Everything is connected and detected correctly. The 3TB Seagate drives that I bought unfortunately lie about their physical sector size, so I wanted to try the modified zpool as suggested in the wiki-page http://wiki.openindiana.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=4883847 .
A fix has been implemented upstream. See the details at
NB, VID/PID is matched by length, so "SEAGATE ST" will match all Seagate drives with
product ID starting with "ST"
sd-config-list = "SEAGATE ST", "physical-block-size:4096";
> It seems that the zpool-command that is linked to on that page is no longer available. Is it available somewhere else or should I make the zpool-modifications myself and build my own zpool?
> As this is a headless sever I would prefer a solution that does not involve booting from zfsguru/freenas/whatever just to create the pool and then boot back into openindiana as it would involve either getting the server to a monitor, or a monitor to the server. Both of which are inconvenient (not impossible, just inconvenient, so if that's the easiest solution, then that's what I'll do…)
> I'm currently running 151_a5 in case it matters.
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