This has almost always been bad cable, controller, and a drive or two in that 
order, at least with all the systems/pools I have under my thumbs. 

Jason Belec
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> On Oct 13, 2014, at 12:27 PM, Anders Wallén <anders_wal...@mac.com> wrote:
> 
> Greetings, everybody!
> 
> Last year, I built a RAIDZ2-array using a Probox 8-bay cabinet (8*2 TB) and a 
> Mac Mini (8 GB Ram). It worked well, but I found that I needed more space, so 
> I tried to scale it up.
> 
> So, identical cabinet, but with the newer, bigger 3 TB disks. Should work, 
> right?
> 
> Unfortunately not. The Mac gets at least one kernel panic per day. After the 
> automatic reboot, the arrays do not auto-mount; the cabinets themselves have 
> to be powered-cycled, and the Mac then issued a "sudo zpool import -f 
> [array-names]".
> 
> Any tips? Suggestions? Ideas?
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