On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 11:08 AM, Ian Collins <i...@ianshome.com> wrote: >>>> 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. > > > The pool's data appears to be recoverable when I import it read only.
That's good > > The storage appliance is so full they can't delete files from it! Hahaha :D > Now that > shouldn't have caused problems with a fixed sized volume, but who knows? AFAIK you'll always need space, e.g. to replay/rollback transactions during pool import. The best way is, of course, fix the appliance. Sometimes something simple like deleting snapshots/datasets will do the trick. -- Fajar _______________________________________________ zfs-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.opensolaris.org/mailman/listinfo/zfs-discuss