On Fri, Feb 08, 2013 at 09:47:38PM +0000, Edward Ned Harvey
> > From: Pasi Kärkkäinen [mailto:pa...@iki.fi]
> > What's the correct way of finding out what actually uses/reserves that 1023G
> > of FREE in the zpool?
> Maybe this isn't exactly what you need, but maybe:
> for fs in `zfs list -H -o name` ; do echo $fs ; zfs get
> reservation,refreservation,usedbyrefreservation $fs ; done
I checked this and there are no reservations configured (or well, there are the
100MB defaults, but not more than that). So reservations don't explain this..
> > At this point the filesystems are full, and it's not possible to write to
> > them
> > anymore.
> You'll have to either reduce your reservations, or destroy old snapshots. Or
> add more disks.
There aren't any snapshots either.. I know adding disks will fix the problem,
but I'd like to understand why zpool says there is almost 1TB of FREE space
when clearly there isn't..
Thanks for the reply!
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