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From: Jim Klimov <jimkli...@cos.ru>
Sent: Tue 26-06-2012 22:34
Subject: Re: [zfs-discuss] snapshots slow on sol11?
> 2012-06-26 23:57, Carsten John wrote:
> > Hello everybody,
> > I recently migrated a file server (NFS & Samba) from OpenSolaris (Build
> > 111)
> to Sol11.
> > (After?) the move we are facing random (or random looking) outages of
> our Samba...
> As for the timeouts, check if your tuning (i.e. the migrated files
> like /etc/system) don't enforce long TXG syncs (default was 30sec)
> or something like that.
> Find some DTrace scripts to see if ZIL is intensively used during
> these user-profile writes, and if these writes are synchronous -
> maybe an SSD/DDR logging device might be useful for this scenario?
> Regarding the zfs-auto-snapshot, it is possible to install the old
> scripted package from OpenSolaris onto Solaris 10 at least; I did
> not have much experience with newer releases yet (timesliderd) so
> can't help better.
> //Jim Klimov
> zfs-discuss mailing list
in the meantime I was able to eliminate the snapshots. I disabled snapshot, but
the issue still persists. I will now check Jim's suggestions.
thx so far
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