> On 22 Oct 2014, at 17:14, Allan Jude <allanj...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> On 2014-10-22 10:33, Kazik Chujwielki wrote:
>> So, I tried with upgrading to 9.3, installing bootcode from 9.3, then I
>> booted 10.0, installed boot code again.. nothing helps.
>> Still ends on
>> I also tried scrubbing my pool, from ZFS point of view everything is just
>> "fine”. No data errors.. it’s machine with ECC RAM, so corruption shouldn’t
>> take place..
>> Do you have ANY ideas?
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> Does the FreeBSD boot loader see any other disks? I've seen something
> similar to this in a case where a machine had 12 drives and the boot
> loader only saw the first 8 or something, so was missing too many blocks.
> Allan Jude
it’s virtually one disk - mfid0
Under the hood it’s 36 drives in HW raid10 (LSI)
HW raid10 matrix is detected before boot process (before all the LSI controller
is booting).. but currently I’m in a big hole, blindly looking for anything at
all that might help..
Daniel (dmilith) Dettlaff
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