> This one missing feature of ZFS, IMHO, does not result in "a long way
> zfs to go" in relation to netapp. I shut off my netapp 2 years ago in
> of ZFS, because ZFS performs so darn much better, and has such
> greater robustness. Try doing ndmp, cifs, nfs, iscsi on netapp (all
> licenses). Try experimenting with the new version of netapp to see how
> it is (you can't unless you buy a whole new box.) Try mirroring a
> production box onto a lower-cost secondary backup box (there is no such
> thing). Try storing your backup on disk and rotating your disks
> Try running any "normal" utilities - iostat, top, wireshark - you can't.
> Try backing up with commercial or otherwise modular (agent-based)
> software. You can't. You have to use CIFS/NFS/NDMP.
> Just try finding a public mailing list like this one where you can even
> much as begin such a conversation about netapp... Been there done that,
> it's not even in the same ballpark.
> etc etc. (end rant.) I hate netapp.
Yeah, It is kind of touchy topic, we may discuss more in the future.
I want to focus on how to repair my pool first. ;-(
> Wanna post your "zpool status" and "cat /etc/release" and "zpool
I exported the pool for I want to use zpool import -F to fix it.
But now I get " one or more devices is currently unavailable Destroy
and re-create the pool from a backup source."
I use opensolaris b134 and zpool version 22.
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