On Sat, Jul 17, 2010 at 11:21 AM, Marco van Lienen
<marco+freebsd-curr...@lordsith.net> wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 17, 2010 at 10:12:10AM -0700, you (Freddie Cash) sent the 
> following to the -current list:
>> >
>> > I have read many things about those differences, but why then does zfs on 
>> > opensolaris report more available space whereas FreeBSD does not?
>> > That would imply that my friend running osol build 117 couldn't fill up 
>> > his raidz pool past the 3.56T.
>> You used different commands to check the disk space on OSol (zpool vs df).
>> Try the same commands on both FreeBSD and OSol (zpool and zfs) and
>> you'll see the same results.
> I guess you missed my original mail of this thread in which I also showed the 
> output of 'zfs list -r pool2' on osol where clearly there is more available 
> space shown then on FreeBSD.
> % zfs list -r pool2
> NAME                                            USED  AVAIL  REFER  MOUNTPOINT
> pool2                                          3.32T  2.06T  3.18T  
> /export/pool2

No, I saw that.  But you compared zpool and zfs output on FreeBSD, and
zfs and df output on OSol.  IOW, you didn't compare the same things.

Compare the output of zpool and zfs on both FreeBSD and OSol, it
should be the same.

Freddie Cash
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