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Re: znapzend broken on Illumos

Thanks for the reply David.

I'm using:
on SmartOS.

Perhaps this is SmartOS specific.

[root@hyp-01 ~]# pkgin up
processing remote summary (
database for is up-to-date
[root@hyp-01 ~]# pkgin ug
calculating dependencies...done.
nothing to do.
[root@hyp-01 ~]# pkgin av|grep znapzend
znapzend-0.20.0nb4   ZFS send/receive backup system
[root@hyp-01 ~]# pkgin av|grep IOLoop
p5-Mojo-IOLoop-ForkCall-0.20nb4 Execute a code block asynchronously by forking

The latest znapzend is znapzend-0.21.1 on the GitHub page.

Output from znapzend:

[2022-08-25 16:53:27.42790] [7137] [info] found a valid backup plan for zones/2deb8da3-6535-65e7-fee8-a3cb7c509fe8/data...
Can't locate object method "delay" via package "Mojo::IOLoop" at /opt/tools/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.36.0/Mojo/IOLoop/ line 27.

On Thu, 25 Aug 2022 at 11:37, David Brownlee <> wrote:
Hi evil :)

Not sure which pkgsrc you are tracking, but on pkgsrc-current
p5-Mojo-IOLoop-Delay has (just) been added, and
p5-Mojo-IOLoop-ForkCall plus znapzend have been updated so this should
be resolved.



On Sun, 21 Aug 2022 at 16:15, evil cRaftKnife <> wrote:
> I'm not sure if this is the best place to report this but at some point after 2020Q4 the package znapzend stops working because of the following:
> Can't locate object method "delay" via package "Mojo::IOLoop" at /opt/tools/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.36.0/Mojo/IOLoop/ line 27.
> A quick web search reveals that "delay" has been deprecated in that perl module.
> I believe this dependency has been fixed in newer versions of znapzend.

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