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I had the same problem (no shell usleep on Solaris) so I wrote my own thus: #include "stdio.h" int main(int argc, char **argv) { usleep(atoi(argv[1])); return 0; } Doesn't check arguments - I'd recommend a properly written one if you wanted to keep it but that (gcc usleep.c -o usleep) will get you out of a hole.


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My recommendation to you would have been to replace the 72GB disks with 146GB drives, one-by-one, allowing each to rebuild. That would then allow you to expand the logical drive from 72GB to 146GB. This would require the use of an offline utility or the hpacucli or hpssacli tool to perform the expansion. Within ZFS, the new LUN size could probably be ...



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