Ram Chander wrote:
You are right. So it looks like re-distribution issue. Initially
there were two Vdev with 24 disks ( disk 0-23 ) for close to year.
After which which we added 24 more disks and created additional
vdevs. The initial vdevs are filled up and so write speed declined.
Now how to find files that are present in a Vdev or a disk. That way
I can remove and re-copy back to distribute data. Any other way to
solve this ?
The only way is to avoid the problem in the first place by not mixing
vdev sizes in a pool.
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