> From: Thomas Gouverneur <t...@ians.be>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2011 5:11:16 PM
> Subject: Re: [zfs-discuss] Kernel panic on zpool import. 200G of data
> Have you already extracted the core file of the kernel crash ?
Nope, not a clue how to do that and I have installed Windows on this box
instead of Solaris since I can't get my data back from ZFS.
I have my two drives the pool is on disconnected so if this ever gets resolved
I can reinstall Solaris and start learning again.
> (and btw activated dump device for such dumping happen at next reboot...)
This was a development box for me to see how I get along with Solaris. I'm
afraid I don't have any experience in Solaris to understand your question.
> Have you also tried applying the latest kernel/zfs patches and try importing
> the pool afterwards ?
Wish I had them and knew what to do with them if I had them. Somebody on OTN
noted this is supposed to be fixed by 142910 but
I didn't hear back yet whether it fixes an pool ZFS won't import, or it only
stops it from happening in the first place. Don't have a service
contract as I say this box was my first try with Solaris and it is a homebrew
system not on Oracle's support list.
I am sure if there is a patch for this or a way to get my 200G of data back
some kind soul at Oracle will certainly help me since I lost
my data and getting it back isn't a matter of convenience. What an opportunity
to generate some old fashioned goodwill! :-)
> On 08/18/2011 06:40 PM, Stu Whitefish wrote:
>> Hi Thomas,
>> Thanks for that link. That's very similar but not identical.
> There's a different line number in zfs_ioctl.c, mine and Preston's fail
> on line 1815. It could be because of a difference in levels in that module of
> course, but the traceback is not identical either. Ours show brand_sysenter
> the one you linked to shows brand_sys_syscall. I don't know what all that
> means but it is different. Anyway at least two of us have identical failures.
>> I was not using crypto, just a plain jane mirror on 2 drives. Possibly I
> had compression on a few file systems but everything else was allowed to
>> Here are our screenshots in case anybody doesn't want to go through the
>> I hope somebody can help with this. It's not a good feeling having so
> much data gone.
>> Thanks for your help. Oracle, are you listening?
>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: Thomas Gouverneur<t...@ians.be>
>>> To: email@example.com
>>> Cc: Stu Whitefish<swhitef...@yahoo.com>
>>> Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2011 1:57:29 PM
>>> Subject: Re: [zfs-discuss] Kernel panic on zpool import. 200G of data
>>> You're probably hitting bug 7056738 ->
>>> Looks like it's not fixed yet @ oracle anyway...
>>> Were you using crypto on your datasets ?
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