Unfortunately updating has been a problem; I have tried repeatedly to
image-update my a7 to a8 or a9, and SunRay services, which is what tis
server is used for, fails after the upgrade.
So, that probably can't happen.
I WILL install a hipster on another server and see if the last licensed
SSRS can run on that.
What I need to do now is reduce the vulnerability of this machine to
acceptable levels to enable normal work.
I am managing, I'm building a 4k block root pool manually.
On 2016-09-16 15:47, Till Wegmüller wrote:
> Hi Hans
> On 16.09.2016 11:58, Hans J. Albertsson wrote:
>> zpool remove-ing, physically replacing, booting, formatting and zpool
>> replace-ing the broken disk fails!
>> I did
>> # zpool remove rpool c1t1d0s0 ( This was the broken disk )
>> halted the system,.
>> Physically replaced the VERY old seagate barracuda 500GB with a Seagate
>> ST2000... 2TB disk
>> booted up, the disk configured and was visible, ran format, put in a
>> partition 0 to cover the whole disk, and then did
>> # zpool replace -f rpool c1t1d0s0
>> cannot replace c1t1d0s0 with c1t1d0s0: devices have different sector
>> Is ths 512b sectors vs 4kb sectors??? Or what happened??
> This looks to be pretty much the case.
> You can use prtvtoc to check that.
> See Manpage and this wiki entry for details:
> However as Nikolam mentioned, you have very old OI Installation.
> Thus every functionality mentioned in Guides may have changed in the
meantime. Or not be present in your Version of OI.
> Your best bet is to update the server if you can. and see if this solves
the Problem for you. If it does not, then the community can help debuging
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