Its been awhile, but it seems like in the past, you would power the system down, boot from removable media, import your pool then destroy or archive the /etc/zfs/zpool.cache, and possibly your /etc/path_to_inst file, power down again and re-arrange your hardware, then come up one final time with a reconfigure boot. Or something like that.
I remember a similar video that was up on YouTube as done by some of the Sun guys employed in Germany. They build a big array from USB drives, then exported the pool. Once the system was down, they re-arranged all the drives in random order and ZFS was able to figure out how to put the raid all back together. I need to go find that video. Jerry On 10/ 3/12 07:04 AM, Fajar A. Nugraha wrote: > On Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 5:43 PM, Jim Klimov <jimkli...@cos.ru> wrote: >> 2012-10-03 14:40, Ray Arachelian пишет: >> >>> On 10/03/2012 05:54 AM, Jim Klimov wrote: >>>> >>>> Hello all, >>>> >>>> It was often asked and discussed on the list about "how to >>>> change rpool HDDs from AHCI to IDE mode" and back, with the >>>> modern routine involving reconfiguration of the BIOS, bootup >>>> from separate live media, simple import and export of the >>>> rpool, and bootup from the rpool. > > IIRC when working with xen I had to boot with live cd, import the > pool, then poweroff (without exporting the pool). Then it can boot. > Somewhat inline with what you described. > >>> The documented way is to >>>> reinstall the OS upon HW changes. Both are inconvenient to >>>> say the least. >>> >>> >>> Any chance to touch /reconfigure, power off, then change the BIOS >>> settings and reboot, like in the old days? Or maybe with passing -r >>> and optionally -s and -v from grub like the old way we used to >>> reconfigure Solaris? >> >> >> Tried that, does not help. Adding forceloads to /etc/system >> and remaking the boot archive - also no. > > On Ubuntu + zfsonlinux + root/boot on zfs, the boot script helper is > "smart" enough to try all available device nodes, so it wouldn't > matter if the dev path/id/name changed. But ONLY if there's no > zpool.cache in the initramfs. > > Not sure how easy it would be to port that functionality to solaris. > _______________________________________________ zfs-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.opensolaris.org/mailman/listinfo/zfs-discuss