zfs avs repilcation

Posted on 2009-07-08
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
I been trying to setup two zfs servers one as a live and one as a live mirror but have been unable to tell it to mirror keep comming back cant no open /dev/rdsk/c2d0s1?

sndradm -e localhost  /dev/rdsk/c2d0s1 /dev/rdsk/c2d0s0 server1 /dev/rdsk/c2s0s1 /dev/rdisk/c2s0s1 ip sync

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ID: 24809968
Check your disk device name carefully to make sure it is correct, for Solaris (Sparc) the device name is likely looks like: cXtXdXSX for Solaris x86, some of them looks like cXdXSX
use format command to find out the disk names and partition informations (verify only), or have a look at you /etc/vfstab file.
also have a look at the example in:

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ID: 24817448
that's the guide i was fallowing i cant figure out why its not working.
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ID: 24820124
Did you check the disk device names on your system as I mentioned in my previous comment.

Author Comment

ID: 24823360
yea I did.
ls /dev/rdsk/
c1d0s1 c1d0s0 c1d0s3 c1d0s4
c2d0s1 c2d0s0 c2d0s3 c2d0s4

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gave up went to freebsd with zfs.

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