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size not increasing after increasing disk

Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

hi am in solaris

SunOS Ncsmaint 5.11 11.3 i86pc i386 i86pc

i did this

C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox>VBoxManage.exe modifyhd E:\nato\Solaris18c\Solaris18c.vdi --resize 200000

0%...10%...20%...30%...40%...50%...60%...70%...80%...90%...100%

but my disk not change


 df -h

Filesystem       Size  Used Available Capacity Mounted on

rpool/ROOT/solaris   120G  2.9G    278M  92%  /

/devices         0K   0K     0K   0%  /devices

/dev           0K   0K     0K   0%  /dev

ctfs           0K   0K     0K   0%  /system/contract

proc           0K   0K     0K   0%  /proc

mnttab          0K   0K     0K   0%  /etc/mnttab

swap          4.0G  1.6M    4.0G   1%  /system/volatile

objfs          0K   0K     0K   0%  /system/object

sharefs         0K   0K     0K   0%  /etc/dfs/sharetab

/usr/lib/libc/libc_hwcap1.so.1

            3.2G  2.9G    278M  92%  /lib/libc.so.1

fd            0K   0K     0K   0%  /dev/fd

rpool/ROOT/solaris/var

            120G  229M    278M  46%  /var

swap          4.0G   8K    4.0G   1%  /tmp

rpool/VARSHARE     120G  2.6M    278M   1%  /var/share

rpool/export      120G  32K    278M   1%  /export

rpool/export/home   120G  32K    278M   1%  /export/home

rpool/export/home/tdmadima

            120G  38K    278M   1%  /export/home/tdmadima

rpool         120G  4.5M    278M   2%  /rpool

rpool/VARSHARE/zones  120G  31K    278M   1%  /system/zones

rpool/u01       120G  113G    278M  100%  /u01

rpool/VARSHARE/pkg   120G  32K    278M   1%  /var/share/pkg

rpool/VARSHARE/pkg/repositories

            120G  31K    278M   1%  /var/share/pkg/repositories

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  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    Hi.

    Show output of commands:

    echo|format
    zpool get all rpool
    


    Regards,

    Nik

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    am geting

    -bash-4.1$ echo|format

    -bash: format: command not found

    -bash-4.1$ zpool get all rpool

    -bash: zpool: command not found

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    Hi Tony.

    This commands should be run as root user.

    su - (enter root password).

    In case error again - try use full path:

    echo |/usr/sbin/format

    /usr/sbin/zpool get all rpool



    Regards,

    Nik

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    i got

     echo|format

    Searching for disks...done



    AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS:

        0. c1t0d0 <ATA-VBOX HARDDISK-1.0-122.79GB>

         /[email protected],0/pci8086,[email protected]/[email protected],0

    Specify disk (enter its number): Specify disk (enter its number):


     zpool get all rpool

    NAME  PROPERTY    VALUE         SOURCE

    rpool allocated   119G         -

    rpool altroot    -           default

    rpool autoexpand   off          default

    rpool autoreplace  off          default

    rpool bootfs     rpool/ROOT/solaris  local

    rpool cachefile   -           default

    rpool capacity    97%          -

    rpool dedupditto   0           default

    rpool dedupratio   1.00x         -

    rpool delegation   on          default

    rpool failmode    wait         default

    rpool free      2.93G         -

    rpool guid      17515571430430538092 -

    rpool health     ONLINE        -

    rpool listshares   off          default

    rpool listsnapshots off          default

    rpool readonly    off          -

    rpool size      122G         -

    rpool version    37          default

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    Hi,

    Try run command:

    zpool set autoexpand=on rpool

    and check df -h again.

    For more detail - read:

    https://www.thegeekdiary.com/solaris-11-increasing-the-size-of-a-vdisk-in-ldom-with-backend-device-as-zfs-volume/


    Regards,

    Nik

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    i got


    zpool set autoexpand=on rpool

    # df -h

    Filesystem       Size  Used Available Capacity Mounted on

    rpool/ROOT/solaris   120G  2.9G    792M  79%  /

    /devices         0K   0K     0K   0%  /devices

    /dev           0K   0K     0K   0%  /dev

    ctfs           0K   0K     0K   0%  /system/contract

    proc           0K   0K     0K   0%  /proc

    mnttab          0K   0K     0K   0%  /etc/mnttab

    swap          649M  1.6M    647M   1%  /system/volatile

    objfs          0K   0K     0K   0%  /system/object

    sharefs         0K   0K     0K   0%  /etc/dfs/sharetab

    /usr/lib/libc/libc_hwcap1.so.1

                3.7G  2.9G    792M  79%  /lib/libc.so.1

    fd            0K   0K     0K   0%  /dev/fd

    rpool/ROOT/solaris/var

                120G  229M    792M  23%  /var

    swap          647M  24K    647M   1%  /tmp

    rpool/VARSHARE     120G  2.6M    792M   1%  /var/share

    rpool/export      120G  32K    792M   1%  /export

    rpool/export/home   120G  32K    792M   1%  /export/home

    rpool/export/home/tdmadima

                120G  38K    792M   1%  /export/home/tdmadima

    rpool         120G  4.5M    792M   1%  /rpool

    rpool/VARSHARE/zones  120G  31K    792M   1%  /system/zones

    rpool/u01       120G  113G    792M  100%  /u01

    rpool/VARSHARE/pkg   120G  32K    792M   1%  /var/share/pkg

    rpool/VARSHARE/pkg/repositories

                120G  31K    792M   1%  /var/share/pkg/repositories

    #

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    Filesystem      1024-blocks    Used  Available Capacity Mounted on

    rpool/u01       125927424  118383679   809647  100%  /u01

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    Hi.

    1. VBoxManage.exe - resize virtual disk, but nothing change inside VM.

    I already provide link with some recommendation. What are You read and try?

    Are You restart Solaris after VBoxManage was executed ?

    VBOXManage was executed on running or stopped VM ?

    Regards,

    Nik

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    i did this

    C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox>VBoxManage.exe modifyhd E:\username\Solaris18c\Solaris18c.vdi --resize 2004982

    0%...10%...20%...30%...40%...50%...60%...70%...80%...90%...100%

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    Hi.

    You are already post this command, but not answered on questions:

    1. Are You restart Solaris after VBoxManage was executed ?
    2. VBOXManage was executed when VM with Solaris was running or stopped ?


  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge
    1. Are You restart Solaris after VBoxManage was executed ?=yes i did restart
    2. VBOXManage was executed when VM with Solaris was running or stopped ?=solaris was stopped


  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    am geting

    # format -e

    Searching for disks...done



    AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS:

        0. c1t0d0 <ATA-VBOX HARDDISK-1.0-122.79GB>

         /[email protected],0/pci8086,[email protected]/[email protected],0

    Specify disk (enter its number): p

    `p' is not an integer.

    Specify disk (enter its number):

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    Hi Tony.

    Please, not just type but try understand...

    run: format -e select disk

    You should select disk.

    System say - that You should enter number of required disk.

    You should enter 0 at this point.

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    ok am geting this

    Specify disk (enter its number): 0

    selecting c1t0d0

    [disk formatted]

    /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s1 is part of active ZFS pool rpool. Please see zpool(1M).



    FORMAT MENU:

        disk    - select a disk

        type    - select (define) a disk type

        partition - select (define) a partition table

        current  - describe the current disk

        format   - format and analyze the disk

        fdisk   - run the fdisk program

        repair   - repair a defective sector

        label   - write label to the disk

        analyze  - surface analysis

        defect   - defect list management

        backup   - search for backup labels

        verify   - read and display labels

        inquiry  - show disk ID

        scsi    - independent SCSI mode selects

        cache   - enable, disable or query SCSI disk cache

        volname  - set 8-character volume name

        !<cmd>   - execute <cmd>, then return

        quit

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    You have instruction how expand disk...

    At this moment go to partition menu...

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    so i must type 1

    format> partition



    PARTITION MENU:

        0   - change `0' partition

        1   - change `1' partition

        2   - change `2' partition

        3   - change `3' partition

        4   - change `4' partition

        5   - change `5' partition

        6   - change `6' partition

        7   - change `7' partition

        8   - change '8' partition

        9   - change `9' partition

        select - select a predefined table

        modify - modify a predefined partition table

        name  - name the current table

        print - display the current table

        label - write partition map and label to the disk

        !<cmd> - execute <cmd>, then return

        quit

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    Show current head of print command.

    Are You already execute expand command ?


    I expect that:

    partition 0 - have tag BIOS_BOOT ( ~260MB)

    partition 1 have tag usr (~ size of disk)

    partition 8 have tag reseverd (~8MB)


    In case you have same, expand partition 1.

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    no i did this

    [disk formatted]

    /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s1 is part of active ZFS pool rpool. Please see zpool(1M).



    FORMAT MENU:

        disk    - select a disk

        type    - select (define) a disk type

        partition - select (define) a partition table

        current  - describe the current disk

        format   - format and analyze the disk

        fdisk   - run the fdisk program

        repair   - repair a defective sector

        label   - write label to the disk

        analyze  - surface analysis

        defect   - defect list management

        backup   - search for backup labels

        verify   - read and display labels

        inquiry  - show disk ID

        scsi    - independent SCSI mode selects

        cache   - enable, disable or query SCSI disk cache

        volname  - set 8-character volume name

        !<cmd>   - execute <cmd>, then return

        quit

    format> partition



    PARTITION MENU:

        0   - change `0' partition

        1   - change `1' partition

        2   - change `2' partition

        3   - change `3' partition

        4   - change `4' partition

        5   - change `5' partition

        6   - change `6' partition

        7   - change `7' partition

        8   - change '8' partition

        9   - change `9' partition

        select - select a predefined table

        modify - modify a predefined partition table

        name  - name the current table

        print - display the current table

        label - write partition map and label to the disk

        !<cmd> - execute <cmd>, then return

        quit

    partition> print

    Current partition table (original):

    Total disk sectors available: 257482685 + 16384 (reserved sectors)


    Part   Tag  Flag   First Sector     Size     Last Sector

     0 BIOS_boot  wm        256   256.00MB     524543

     1    usr  wm      524544   122.53GB     257482718

     2 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     3 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     4 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     5 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     6 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     7 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     8  reserved  wm     257482719    8.00MB     257499102

     9 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     10 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     11 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     12 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     13 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     14 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     15 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     16 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     17 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     18 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     19 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     20 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     21 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     22 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

    - hit space for more or s to select -

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    Hi.

    At this moment Solaris do not see that disk was expanded.

    Try this:

    press q for return previous menu

    type: type

    select 0 autoconfigure ( show result)

    type p for return partition menu

    type p for show partition ( show head of result)

    type q for exit previous menu, type q for exit from format.


    Do not label at this test. Command type build new partition table and you can lost data in case write it.

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge
    edited January 12

    am geting

    partition> type

    `type' is not expected.

    partition> 0

    Part   Tag  Flag   First Sector     Size     Last Sector

     0 BIOS_boot  wm        256   256.00MB     524543

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    You are not execute 1 step:

    press q for return previous menu

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    partition> 0

    Part   Tag  Flag   First Sector     Size     Last Sector

     0 BIOS_boot  wm        256   256.00MB     524543


    Enter partition id tag[BIOS_boot]: q

    `q' not expected.

    Enter partition id tag[BIOS_boot]: q

    `q' not expected.

    Enter partition id tag[BIOS_boot]:

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown
    edited January 12

    Where in my last post I ask press zero?

    You should return on previous menu level, for this You should use command "quit". You can not type full command, q will enought.


    For exit from current step - press enter until not got "partition>" prompt

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge
    edited January 12

    ok am in partition what must i enter

    partition> p

    Current partition table (unnamed):

    Total disk sectors available: 257482685 + 16384 (reserved sectors)


    Part   Tag  Flag   First Sector     Size     Last Sector

     0 BIOS_boot  wm        256   256.00MB     524543

     1    usr  wm      524544   122.53GB     257482718

     2 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     3 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     4 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     5 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     6 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     7 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     8  reserved  wm     257482719    8.00MB     257499102

     9 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     10 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     11 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     12 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     13 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     14 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     15 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     16 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     17 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     18 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     19 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     20 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     21 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

     22 unassigned  wm         0      0        0

    - hit space for more or

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    press q for return previous menu

    type: type

    select autoconfigure ( show result)

    type p for return partition menu

    type for show partition ( show head of result)

    type q for exit previous menu, type q for exit from format.

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge
    edited January 12

    `0' is not expected.

    format> type



    AVAILABLE DRIVE TYPES:

        0. Auto configure

        1. other

    Specify disk type (enter its number)[1]: 0

    c1t0d0: configured with capacity of 122.79GB

    <ATA-VBOX HARDDISK-1.0-122.79GB>

    selecting c1t0d0

    [disk formatted]

    format> q

    # df -h

    Filesystem       Size  Used Available Capacity Mounted on

    rpool/ROOT/solaris   120G  2.9G    485M  86%  /

    /devices         0K   0K     0K   0%  /devices

    /dev           0K   0K     0K   0%  /dev

    ctfs           0K   0K     0K   0%  /system/contract

    proc           0K   0K     0K   0%  /proc

    mnttab          0K   0K     0K   0%  /etc/mnttab

    swap          655M  1.6M    654M   1%  /system/volatile

    objfs          0K   0K     0K   0%  /system/object

    sharefs         0K   0K     0K   0%  /etc/dfs/sharetab

    /usr/lib/libc/libc_hwcap1.so.1

                3.4G  2.9G    485M  86%  /lib/libc.so.1

    fd            0K   0K     0K   0%  /dev/fd

    rpool/ROOT/solaris/var

                120G  230M    485M  33%  /var

    swap          654M  24K    654M   1%  /tmp

    rpool/VARSHARE     120G  2.6M    485M   1%  /var/share

    rpool/export      120G  32K    485M   1%  /export

    rpool/export/home   120G  32K    485M   1%  /export/home

    rpool/export/home/useername

                120G  38K    485M   1%  /export/home/username

    rpool         120G  4.5M    485M   1%  /rpool

    rpool/VARSHARE/zones  120G  31K    485M   1%  /system/zones

    rpool/u01       120G  113G    485M  100%  /u01

    rpool/VARSHARE/pkg   120G  32K    485M   1%  /var/share/pkg

    rpool/VARSHARE/pkg/repositories

                120G  31K    485M   1%  /var/share/pkg/repositories

    #

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge
    edited January 12

    zpool status rpool

     pool: rpool

     state: ONLINE

    status: One or more devices has experienced an error resulting in data

        corruption. Applications may be affected.

    action: Restore the file in question if possible. Otherwise restore the

        entire pool from backup.

        Run 'zpool status -v' to see device specific details.

       see: http://support.oracle.com/msg/ZFS-8000-8A

     scan: none requested

    config:


        NAME   STATE   READ WRITE CKSUM

        rpool   ONLINE    0   0   0

         c1t0d0 ONLINE    0   0   0


    errors: 1 data errors, use '-v' for a list


    zpool list rpool

    NAME  SIZE ALLOC  FREE CAP DEDUP HEALTH ALTROOT

    rpool 122G  120G 2.47G 97% 1.00x ONLINE -

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    It's look like You expand other disk that used by this VM or this VM have some snapshots.

    At this case it's look more easy create new VM with required disk size and reinstall system.

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    what about my data

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    hi i delete the snapshot and recreate the vm and did this again

    C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox>VBoxManage.exe modifyhd E:\username\maint\Solaris18c.vdi --resize 2004982

    am now geting this

    -bash-4.1$ df -h

    Filesystem       Size  Used Available Capacity Mounted on

    rpool/ROOT/solaris   120G  2.9G    90G   4%  /

    /devices         0K   0K     0K   0%  /devices

    /dev           0K   0K     0K   0%  /dev

    ctfs           0K   0K     0K   0%  /system/contract

    proc           0K   0K     0K   0%  /proc

    mnttab          0K   0K     0K   0%  /etc/mnttab

    swap          4.4G  1.6M    4.4G   1%  /system/volatile

    objfs          0K   0K     0K   0%  /system/object

    sharefs         0K   0K     0K   0%  /etc/dfs/sharetab

    /usr/lib/libc/libc_hwcap1.so.1

                93G  2.9G    90G   4%  /lib/libc.so.1

    fd            0K   0K     0K   0%  /dev/fd

    rpool/ROOT/solaris/var

                120G  220M    90G   1%  /var

    swap          4.4G   8K    4.4G   1%  /tmp

    rpool/VARSHARE     120G  2.5M    90G   1%  /var/share

    rpool/export      120G  32K    90G   1%  /export

    rpool/export/home   120G  32K    90G   1%  /export/home

    rpool/export/home/username

                120G  38K    90G   1%  /export/home/username

    rpool         120G  4.5M    90G   1%  /rpool

    rpool/VARSHARE/zones  120G  31K    90G   1%  /system/zones

    rpool/u01       120G  23G    90G  21%  /u01

    rpool/VARSHARE/pkg   120G  32K    90G   1%  /var/share/pkg

    rpool/VARSHARE/pkg/repositories

                120G  31K    90G   1%  /var/share/pkg/repositories

  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge

    zpool status rpool

     pool: rpool

     state: ONLINE

     scan: none requested

    config:


        NAME   STATE   READ WRITE CKSUM

        rpool   ONLINE    0   0   0

         c1t0d0 ONLINE    0   0   0


    errors: No known data errors

    # zpool list rpool

    NAME  SIZE ALLOC  FREE CAP DEDUP HEALTH ALTROOT

    rpool 122G 29.7G 92.3G 24% 1.00x ONLINE -

    # echo |/usr/sbin/format

    Searching for disks...done



    AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS:

        0. c1t0d0 <ATA-VBOX HARDDISK-1.0-2.39TB>

         /[email protected],0/pci8086,[email protected]/[email protected],0

    Specify disk (enter its number): Specify disk (enter its number):

    # /usr/sbin/zpool get all rpool

    NAME  PROPERTY    VALUE         SOURCE

    rpool allocated   29.7G         -

    rpool altroot    -           default

    rpool autoexpand   off          default

    rpool autoreplace  off          default

    rpool bootfs     rpool/ROOT/solaris  local

    rpool cachefile   -           default

    rpool capacity    24%          -

    rpool dedupditto   0           default

    rpool dedupratio   1.00x         -

    rpool delegation   on          default

    rpool failmode    wait         default

    rpool free      92.3G         -

    rpool guid      17515571430430538092 -

    rpool health     ONLINE        -

    rpool listshares   off          default

    rpool listsnapshots off          default

    rpool readonly    off          -

    rpool size      122G         -

    rpool version    37          default

    #

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    Hi.

    It's look more better.

     0. c1t0d0 <ATA-VBOX HARDDISK-1.0-2.39TB>

    format detect that disk was expanded.

    Try switch-on autexpand for rpool

    zpool set autoexpand=on rpool

    And check pool size again.

    For previous questions about data:

    • all changes start from backup
    • zpool scrub rpool Do check pool consistency and try repair errors if possible


  • Tony007Tony007 Posts: 3,916 Gold Badge
    edited January 13

    $ su root

    Password:

    # zpool set autoexpand=on rpool

    # zpool status rpool

     pool: rpool

     state: ONLINE

     scan: none requested

    config:


        NAME   STATE   READ WRITE CKSUM

        rpool   ONLINE    0   0   0

         c1t0d0 ONLINE    0   0   0


    errors: No known data errors

    # zpool list rpool

    NAME  SIZE ALLOC  FREE CAP DEDUP HEALTH ALTROOT

    rpool 2.39T 29.8G 2.36T  1% 1.00x ONLINE -

    i think is to much

    Filesystem       Size  Used Available Capacity Mounted on

    rpool/ROOT/solaris   2.4T  2.9G    2.3T   1%  /

    /devices         0K   0K     0K   0%  /devices

    /dev           0K   0K     0K   0%  /dev

    ctfs           0K   0K     0K   0%  /system/contract

    proc           0K   0K     0K   0%  /proc

    mnttab          0K   0K     0K   0%  /etc/mnttab

    swap          4.4G  1.6M    4.4G   1%  /system/volatile

    objfs          0K   0K     0K   0%  /system/object

    sharefs         0K   0K     0K   0%  /etc/dfs/sharetab

    /usr/lib/libc/libc_hwcap1.so.1

                2.3T  2.9G    2.3T   1%  /lib/libc.so.1

    fd            0K   0K     0K   0%  /dev/fd

    rpool/ROOT/solaris/var

                2.4T  220M    2.3T   1%  /var

    swap          4.4G  12K    4.4G   1%  /tmp

    rpool/VARSHARE     2.4T  2.5M    2.3T   1%  /var/share

    rpool/export      2.4T  32K    2.3T   1%  /export

    rpool/export/home   2.4T  32K    2.3T   1%  /export/home

    rpool/export/home/tdmadima

                2.4T  38K    2.3T   1%  /export/home/tdmadima

    rpool         2.4T  4.5M    2.3T   1%  /rpool

    rpool/VARSHARE/zones  2.4T  31K    2.3T   1%  /system/zones

    rpool/u01       2.4T  24G    2.3T   1%  /u01

    rpool/VARSHARE/pkg   2.4T  32K    2.3T   1%  /var/share/pkg

    rpool/VARSHARE/pkg/repositories

                2.4T  31K    2.3T   1%  /var/share/pkg/repositories

    -bash-4.1$

  • NikNik Posts: 2,691 Bronze Crown

    Hi.

    It's look like OK. Pool size is increased.

    You can switch-off autoexpand property (zpool set autoexpand=on rpool).

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