No problem Trey. Anything will help.
Yes, I did a clean install overwriting the old OS.
> Just to make sure, you actually did an overwrite reinstall with OI151a7
> rather than upgrading the existing OS images? If you did a pkg
> image-update, you should be able to boot back into the oi151a5 image from
> grub. Apologies in advance if I'm stating the obvious.
> -- Trey
> On Mar 20, 2013, at 11:34 AM, "Peter Wood" <peterwood...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have two identical Supermicro boxes with 32GB ram. Hardware details
> at the end of the message.
> They were running OI 151.a.5 for months. The zpool configuration was one
> storage zpool with 3 vdevs of 8 disks in RAIDZ2.
> The OI installation is absolutely clean. Just next-next-next until done.
> All I do is configure the network after install. I don't install or enable
> any other services.
> Then I added more disks and rebuild the systems with OI 151.a.7 and this
> time configured the zpool with 6 vdevs of 5 disks in RAIDZ.
> The systems started crashing really bad. They just disappear from the
> network, black and unresponsive console, no error lights but no activity
> indication either. The only way out is to power cycle the system.
> There is no pattern in the crashes. It may crash in 2 days in may crash
> in 2 hours.
> I upgraded the memory on both systems to 128GB at no avail. This is the
> max memory they can take.
> In summary all I did is upgrade to OI 151.a.7 and reconfigured zpool.
> Any idea what could be the problem.
> Thank you
> -- Peter
> Supermicro X9DRH-iF
> Xeon E5-2620 @ 2.0 GHz 6-Core
> LSI SAS9211-8i HBA
> 32x 3TB Hitachi HUS723030ALS640, SAS, 7.2K
> zfs-discuss mailing list
zfs-discuss mailing list