The below is Edmund's configuration for his setup, which also shows a
good example of having different options for different devices.
It was I who thought this was config from Nextentastor - it was not!
(Sorry for my slow brain, sadly it is the only one I got! :-) )
On 1 feb 2012, at 03:06, Ragnar Sundblad wrote:
> On 1 feb 2012, at 02:43, Edmund White wrote:
>> You will definitely want to have a Smart Array card (p411 or p811) on hand
>> to update the firmware on the enclosure. Make sure you're on firmware
>> version 0131. You may also want to update the disk firmware at the same
>> I have multipath and my drive LEDs work well enough to perform drive
> Ok, thanks for the tip! I will try that. We are at 0103 currently.
>> I'm on NexentaStor, though. My scsi_vhci.conf looks like:
>> scsi-vhci-failover-override =
>> "HP EG0300", "f_sym",
>> "HP MO0400", "f_sym",
>> "HP DG0300", "f_sym",
>> "HP DH072", "f_sym";
> Yes, you have to list all devices that you want to match, except
> for those (pretty few) that the driver itself matches.
> It uses partial string matching, so you can abbreviate to
> match more devices.
> I guess the "EG0300" is 300 GB disks, and that the above won't
> match for example the 600 GB drives beginning with EG600.
>> "device-type=HP EG0300",
>> "device-type=HP DG0300",
> Interesting, they have listed those two in a separate
> device-type-mpxio-options-list instead of setting load-balance
> and region-size globally. I guess they don't want
> load-balance=logical-block for the MO0400 or DH072, whatever
> those are.
> zfs-discuss mailing list
zfs-discuss mailing list