On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 7:24 AM, Garrett D'Amore
<garrett.dam...@nexenta.com> wrote:
> I'd argue that from a *developer* point of view, an fsck tool for ZFS might 
> well be useful.  Isn't that what zdb is for? :-)
> But ordinary administrative users should never need something like this, 
> unless they have encountered a bug in ZFS itself.  (And bugs are as likely to 
> exist in the checker tool as in the filesystem. ;-)

zdb can be useful for admins -- say, to gather stats not reported by
the system, to explore the fs/vol layout, for educational purposes,
and so on.

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