On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 9:25 AM, KES <kes-...@yandex.ua> wrote:
> Hi
> I have the next configuration: 3 disk 1Gb in raid0
> all disks in zfs pool
> freespace on so raid is 1.5Gb and 1.5Gb is used.
> so I have some questions:
> 1. If I don plan to use 3 disks in pool any more. How can I remove one of it?
> 2. Imaine one disk has failures. I want to replace it, but now I do not have 
> disk 1Gb and have only 2Gb
>  I replace disk of 1Gb with 2Gb, and after some time, I want to put 1Gb disk 
> (as it was before) back.
> with replace command i have error: device is too small
>  How to return pool into beginning state?

Simpy put, current zfs can only be extended, shrinking is not possible.

Until the mythical block pointer rewrite actually written, at least.

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