How do I replace damaged disk in Solaris 11?

How do I replace damaged disk in Solaris 11?

How to Replace a Disk in the ZFS Root Pool

  1. Physically connect the replacement disk.
  2. Attach the new disk to the root pool.
  3. Confirm the root pool status.
  4. After the resilvering is complete, apply the boot blocks to the new disk.
  5. Verify that you can boot from the new disk.

How do you replace a failed boot disk under Meta in Solaris?

Replacing the failed root disk

  1. First thing is to remove the sub mirrors in maintenance state.
  2. Next is to remove any metadb on the failed disk.
  3. We need to remove the disk from the OS before physically removing it from the server.
  4. Now add the new disk and run devfsadm to scan for the newly added disk.

What is MetaDB?

MetaDB is an open-source web application for Metabolomics metadata management and data processing. It is based on ISA-Tab as metadata input format. The analysis of untargeted data is done using the R package MetaMS. This software is a project of Fondazione Edmund Mach.

How do I replace ZFS disk?

The following are the basic steps for replacing a disk:

  1. Offline the disk, if necessary, with the zpool offline command.
  2. Remove the disk to be replaced.
  3. Insert the replacement disk.
  4. Run the zpool replace command. For example: # zpool replace tank c1t1d0.
  5. Bring the disk online with the zpool online command.

How do I clear Zpool errors?

Type zpool clear raid2 to clear the errors and initiate a scrub.

How do I remove a disk from ZFS pool?

To remove devices from a pool, use the zpool remove command. This command supports removing hot spares, cache, log, and top level virtual data devices. You can remove devices by referring to their identifiers, such as mirror-1 in Example 3, Adding Disks to a Mirrored ZFS Configuration.

How do you add a disk to ZFS pool?

To add a new virtual device to a pool, use the zpool add command. Note – With zpool add –n, you can perform a dry run before actually adding devices. In the following example, a mirror is added to a ZFS configuration that consists of two top-level mirrored devices.

What does Zpool clear do?

If a device is taken offline due to a failure that causes errors to be listed in the zpool status output, you can clear the error counts with the zpool clear command.

How do I check my Zpool status?

Checking ZFS File system storage pool integrity

  1. Open the terminal application.
  2. For remote server use the ssh command.
  3. Login as root user using the su command or sudo command.
  4. The syntax to check data integrity is to initiate an explicit scrubbing of all the pools.
  5. See the current health status for the given ZFS storage:

How do you add a disk in ZFS pool?

Can I remove a Vdev from a pool?

Removing a top-level vdev reduces the total amount of space in the storage pool. The specified device will be evacuated by copying all allocated space from it to the other devices in the pool. In this case, the zpool remove command initiates the removal and returns, while the evacuation continues in the background.

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