On 07/ 1/12 10:20 AM, Fajar A. Nugraha wrote:
On Sun, Jul 1, 2012 at 4:18 AM, Ian Collins<i...@ianshome.com> wrote:
On 06/30/12 03:01 AM, Richard Elling wrote:
Chapter 7 of the DTrace book has some examples of how to look at iSCSI
and initiator behaviour.
Thanks Richard, I 'll have a look.
I'm assuming the pool is hosed?
Before making that assumption, I'd try something simple first:
- reading from the imported iscsi disk (e.g. with dd) to make sure
it's not iscsi-related problem
- import the disk in another host, and try to read the disk again, to
make sure it's not client-specific problem
- possibly restart the iscsi server, just to make sure
Booting the initiator host from a live DVD image and attempting to
import the pool gives the same error report.
I suspect the problem is with your oracle storage appliance. But since
you say there's no errors there, then the simple tests should make
sure whethere it's client, disk, or zfs problem.
So did I.
I'll get the admin for that system to dig a little deeper and export a
new volume to see if I can create a new pool.
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