On 19 September, 2011 - Fred Liu sent me these 0,9K bytes:

> > 
> > That's a huge bummer, and it's the main reason why device removal has
> > been a
> > priority request for such a long time...  There is no solution.  You
> > can
> > only destroy & recreate your pool, or learn to live with it that way.
> > 
> > Sorry...
> > 
> Yeah, I also realized this when I send out this message. In NetApp, it is so
> easy to change raid group size. There is still a long way for zfs to go.
> Hope I can see that in the future.
> I also did another huge "mistake" which really brings me into the deep pain.
> I physically removed these two added devices for I though raidz2 can afford 
> it.
> But now the whole pool corrupts. I don't know where I can go ...
> Any help will be tremendously appreciated.

You can add mirrors to those lonely disks.

Tomas Forsman, st...@acc.umu.se, http://www.acc.umu.se/~stric/
|- Student at Computing Science, University of UmeƄ
`- Sysadmin at {cs,acc}.umu.se
zfs-discuss mailing list

Reply via email to