Commercially, sunrays are dead. Like totally.

Hans J. Albertsson
From my Nexus 5

Den 22 sep. 2016 18:09 skrev "cjt" <chelj...@prodigy.net>:

> On 09/22/2016 08:40 AM, Hans J Albertsson wrote:
>
>> I tried migrating the root pool from a small and slow disk with 512 byte
>> blocks to a larger disk of 2TB with 4k blocks.
>>
>> So I connected the larger disk as c1t1d0, partitioned with an smi label
>> and
>> a single slice s0 covering the whole disk. I mad
>> I did
>> zpool create nxtroot c1t1d0s0
>> zfs snapshot -r rpool@moove
>> zfs send -R rpool@moove | zfs receive -Fd nxtroot
>> zpool export nxtroot
>>
>> Then I removed the old rpool disk , and rebooted into live DVD for oi
>> 151a7
>> (which is necessary, because later 151distros won't run SunRay software
>> services which is la raison d'ĂȘtre pour cet ordinateur) <snip>
>>
>
> Is anything being done to address that shortcoming?  Is the SunRay
> effectively dead?
>
>
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