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I can answer the second question for you. The answer is they do not need to be in the same order. I import BCVs with ZFS zpools all the time w/o problem. It does take a while for the system to scan all your devices but the zpool will import.1 person found this helpful
Thanks for covering that as it's the most important question. I can redo permissions if I have to, obviously I would prefer not to, but it's doable if I have to.
while we're on the topic though. I setup the VM and attached a pair of 80gb drives to the controller, and i'm seeing some odd dropouts when I run iostat, here's a screen shot
i'm wondering if it may just be the set of mismatched old drives doing that, or something to do with the controller drivers? I have read of issues with LSI controllers under vmware and/or solaris. my research indicates that the more recent driver/kernel modules don't have these issues, maybe someone has some insight here?
edit// I suppose I should note that was at 1 second intervals.
I'm running it again at 3 second intervals and seeing a pretty even 65m/ps all across. maybe i'm just being paranoid
Edited by: Stlouis1 on Feb 25, 2013 6:03 PM
well I got it working
i had to reconfigure my shares, but the permissions were retained as expected. I fumbled a little readding it to my active directory, had a few issues last time and luckily i was able to find my old post.
I do still see the data rates on the pool fluctuate, i'm wondering if there's something I can do about that tweaking the VM somehow. but it is working.