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Re: [current-users] Re: Best practice for setting up disks for ZFS on NetBSD
As far as I understand it, ZFS vdevs have their own ID, so they can be laid out correctly no matter the OS device each are discovered on ... wouldn't that make a raidframe wrapper redundant? it would also mean the zpool vdevs couldn't be used on other systems that understand ZFS because they're unlikely to understand raidframe ...
On Thu, 3 Dec 2020, at 12:00, HIROSE yuuji wrote:
> >> On Thu, 3 Dec 2020 00:30:17 +0000
> >> abs%absd.org@localhost (David Brownlee) said:
> > What would be the best practice for setting up disks to use under ZFS
> > on NetBSD, with particular reference to handling renumbered devices?
> > The two obvious options seem to be:
> > - Wedges, setup as a single large gpt partition of type zfs (eg /dev/dk7)
> > - Entire disk (eg: /dev/wd0 or /dev/sd4)
> Creating raidframe for thoset wedges or disks and "raidframe -A yes"
> would be helpful to create stable device-name for zpool.
> I prefer to use dummy raidframe even if the host has only single device
> to make HDD/SSDs bootable when they attached to USB-SATA adapters.
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