Yeah!

Jason Belec
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> On Oct 23, 2014, at 8:01 AM, 'Busty' via zfs-macos 
> <zfs-macos@googlegroups.com> wrote:
> 
> This was in fact easier than I thought. What did the trick was to
> physically swap the faulty disk with a new one and then "zpool detach
> (faulty disk)"
> 
> After that a "zpool replace" went like a charm.
> 
> Problem solved.
> 
>> On 15.10.14 20:32, 'Busty' via zfs-macos wrote:
>> In my pool, I had a disk that got a smart error (bad block), so I pulled it 
>> out, installed a new one and made a 
>> "zpool replace disk5s2 806745480046791602". (That number was shown when 
>> typing "zpool status" as the missing device.)
>> 
>> The resilver process started, but it seems that the new disk is faulty, 
>> because it disappears from the device list infrequently, but still at least 
>> every 6 hours (I have Temperature Monitor running which shows me all disks 
>> by serial number).
>> 
>> So I want to change it. But zpool detach <poolname> dev/disk5s2 gives the 
>> error "no such device in pool".
>> 
>> How can I abort the resilvering process? Or is there another way to restart 
>> the resilvering with a new disk?
>> 
>> The original disk with the bad block is already on its way to Western 
>> Digital (it was still in warranty).
>> 
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