On 14 Oct 2012, at 20:56 , "Edward Ned Harvey
>> From: zfs-discuss-boun...@opensolaris.org [mailto:zfs-discuss-
>> boun...@opensolaris.org] On Behalf Of Paul van der Zwan
>> What was c5t2 is now c7t1 and what was c4t1 is now c5t2.
>> Everything seems to be working fine, it's just a bit confusing.
> That ... Doesn't make any sense. Did you reshuffle these while the system
> was powered on or something?
No hot-swappable devices so it was just a SATA cable swap while the system was
> sudo devfsadm -Cv
> sudo zpool export datapool
> sudo zpool export homepool
> sudo zpool import -a
> sudo reboot -p
Hmm would have to try that in single user mode as those pools contain my
homedirs and some shared FS's.
> The normal behavior is: During the import, or during the reboot when the
> filesystem gets mounted, zfs searches the available devices in the system for
> components of a pool. I don't see any way the devices reported by "zpool
> status" wouldn't match the devices reported by "format." Unless, as you say,
> it's somehow overridden by the cache file.
It surprised me as well as it seems to be working fine. Tried a scrub of rpool
and that went without a problem.
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