> It seems as though every time I scrub my mirror I get a few megabytes
> of checksum errors on one disk (luckily corrected by the other). Is
> there some way of tracking down a problem which might be persistent?

Check iostat -en or iostat -En <devname>. If the latter shows media errors, the 
drive is dying, and should be replaced.

> I wonder if it's anything to do with these messages which are
> constantly appearing on the console:
> Jun 17 12:06:18 sunny scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING:
> /pci@0,0/pci1000,8000@16/sd@0,0 (sd2):
> Jun 17 12:06:18 sunny SYNCHRONIZE CACHE command failed (5)
> I've no idea what they are about (this is on Solaris 11 btw).

No idea, sorry…

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