Thanks.  Do you know from personal experience that that will work with Solaris 
10?  Rather weird that the other vendors are 3x more money.  I bought 3 Z400s 
on eBay for $100 each, so it's still relatively pricey ;-)  But if you verify 
that it will work with Sol 10,  I'll buy one just to have on hand.

After 4+hours it's 40% thru resilvering the 1st of the RAIDZ1 disks with an 
estimated 6 hours to go.  This makes me think that zfs send-recv to a new pool 
would be more practical.

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On Sun, 12/31/17, John D Groenveld <groenv...@acm.org> wrote:

 Subject: Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] [discuss] Migrating ZFS RAIDZ1 volume to    
larger disks
 To: "Discussion list for OpenIndiana" <openindiana-discuss@openindiana.org>
 Date: Sunday, December 31, 2017, 12:27 PM
 
 In message <615700807.6846958.1514743867...@mail.yahoo.com>,
 Reginald Beardsley
  via openindiana-discuss
 writes:
 >I had considered setting up an
 array at the drive  capacity of the Z400.  The 
 >BIOS behavior would likely  make that
 catastrophic by requiring that the syste
 >m be rebooted with both the old and new
 drives in place, but nowhere to plug i
 >n
 the new drive.
 
 You'll be much less likely to throw your
 workstation out the window
 with this <
 $100 investment:
 <URL:https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816118182>
 
 John
 groenv...@acm.org
 
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