If you are attaching a new enclosure, make a new zpool in that enclosure with a
temporary name and 'zfs send' snapshots from the old pool to the new pool,
reading in with 'zfs recv'.
On Dec 1, 2012, at 3:20 AM, Albert Shih <albert.s...@obspm.fr> wrote:
> Le 30/11/2012 ? 15:52:09+0100, Tomas Forsman a écrit
>> On 30 November, 2012 - Albert Shih sent me these 0,8K bytes:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I would like to knwon if with ZFS it's possible to do something like that :
>>> meaning :
>>> I have a zpool with 48 disks with 4 raidz2 (12 disk). Inside those 48 disk
>>> I've 36x 3T and 12 x 2T.
>>> Can I buy new 12x4 To disk put in the server, add in the zpool, ask zpool
>>> to migrate all data on those 12 old disk on the new and remove those old
>>> disk ?
>> You pull out one 2T, put in a 4T, wait for resilver (possibly tell it to
>> replace, if you don't have autoreplace on)
>> Repeat until done.
> Well....in fact it's littre more complicate than that.
> When I would like to change the disk, I also would like change the disk
> enclosure, I don't want to use the old one.
> And what happen if I have 24, 36 disks to change ? It's take mounth to do
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