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accepted ZPOOL replace defective disk in exported pool
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comment Migrate unix-system to hardware RAID-5 possible?
This is sad. So, I'll set it up new ;) Thank you :)
Apr
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comment Migrate unix-system to hardware RAID-5 possible?
This is sad. So, I'll set it up new ;) Thanks.
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comment ZPOOL replace defective disk in exported pool
It tells me that cannot import 'nas': no such pool available but with only zpool import I see the nas-pool. According to the zpool-manpage, -D imports destroyed pools. Do I have to destroy the pool first?
Apr
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comment ZPOOL replace defective disk in exported pool
@ewwhite hmm, what do you think of? From now, I think like I lost my data, so a mess is no problem. Nothing chan go wrong ;)
Apr
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comment ZPOOL replace defective disk in exported pool
@Michael Hampton no, it isn't thaat important ;) And yes, I have learned my lesson ;) All data is somewhere available (it was more like a save for me, where I put all the data I downloaded from somewhere (because my connection is extremely slow...). But thank you for the help :)
Apr
19
comment ZPOOL replace defective disk in exported pool
Hmm thanks for your help. Maybe it may be lost (The essential parts I got backups). But if there's the slightest possibility that I could recover some data, this would be very interesting. If I don't find an solution to this somewhere else, I will mark your answer as correct. But if there's some zdb-magic, I'll try this.
Apr
19
comment ZPOOL replace defective disk in exported pool
I had three disks for an extended period of time running. Now I just added a new one with the "zpool add" command...
Apr
19
comment ZPOOL replace defective disk in exported pool
I didn't put any new data to it, so I don't think that something new was written to the disk (except of some basical metadata, I don't know how zfs acts exactly). So is there any possibility to recover the data (which is 100% on the other three disks)?
Apr
19
comment ZPOOL replace defective disk in exported pool
Nothing happened. I got this disk from a friend of mine. First of all, I made a new partition-table with only one partition and added this partition to the pool. After I did this, something went wrong. I think the disk was faulted even as I put it in there, but somehow I've been able to alter the partition table - no I can't even open it via fdisk: Input/Output-Error.
Apr
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asked ZPOOL replace defective disk in exported pool