Michael Armstrong writes:

> Is there a way to quickly ascertain if my seagate/hitachi drives are as
> large as the 2.0tb samsungs? I'd like to avoid the situation of replacing
> all drives and then not being able to grow the pool...

Hitachi prints the block count of the drives on the physical product label.
If you compare that number to the one given in the Solaris label as
printed by the prtvtoc command, you should be able to answer your

Don't know about the Seagate drives, but they should at least have a block
count somewhere in their documentation.

HTH -- Volker
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