Run a script as a schedule task that reads and writes a small but changing value to a text file on the share at regular and frequent intervals and logs these to the monitoring server.
I'd suggest having it run every few seconds, if possible, so you may wish to use cmd rather than PowerShell if you're going to host it on a Windows machine.
The value to write ...
Any userland storage operations are fine to perform, but they do effectively halt the resilvering while they're being performed. ZFS prioritizes normal operations (using the file system) over resilvering operations. Resilvering reads all the data in the pool in a nonsequential order and writes only the required data to the new disk(s). Deletes aren't much ...
I had a very similar issue with another service, which wanted to start before its files, which are on a ZFS dataset, became available.
I solved it with a very simple systemd override. You can do the same:
# cat /etc/systemd/system/mongod.service.d/zfs.conf
After a sudo systemctl daemon-reload (or of course a ...
follow step to change and find your volume attribute
find volume name by run command :
find volume monuted in linux OS :
mount | grep volume_name
You can check status of Attribute by grep item in get all command :
zfs get all volume_name | grep time
volume_name atime on local