--- skiselkov...@gmail.com wrote:
>On 09/05/2012 05:06 AM, Yaverot wrote:
> "What is the smallest sized drive I may use to replace this dead drive?"
> That information has to be someplace because ZFS will say that drive Q is too
> small. Is there an easy way to query that information?
>I use fdisk to find this out. For instance say your drive you want to find the
>size of is c2t4d0, then do:
># fdisk /dev/rdsk/c2t4d0p0
I guess that'll teach me yet again to ask the right question.
machine has multiple pools (rpool, tank)
pool tank has multiple vdevs all raidz2, the drives in the pool vary from 500G
to 3T in capacity.
c64t0d0 has failed and no longer responds to I/O, so it can't be queried with
the fdisk trick above.
I know the failed disk is 1.5T, but before I go buy the replacement, I want to
know if I can replace it with a 1T, or if it needs to be 2T (since 1.5T was a
stopgap size instead of a longterm not-too-big-not-too-small size I saw it).
ZFS knows that a device I'm about to stick in is too small, so how do I query
that information for required minimum size?
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