Tuesday, December 19, 2006, 8:54:09 PM, you wrote:
>> > Shouldn't there be a big warning when configuring a pool
>> > with no redundancy and/or should that not require a -f flag ?
>> why? what if the redundancy is below the pool .. should we
>> warn that ZFS isn't directly involved in redundancy decisions?
JJWW> Because if the host controller port goes flaky and starts introducing
JJWW> checksum errors at the block level (a lady a few weeks ago reported
JJWW> this) ZFS will kernel panic, and most users won't expect it. Users
JJWW> should be warned it seems to me to the real possibility of a kernel
JJWW> panic if they don't implement redundancy at the zpool level. Just my 2
I don't agree - do not assume sys admin is complete idiot.
Sure, lets create GUI and other 'inteligent' creators which are for
very beginner users with no understanding at all.
Maybe we need something like vxassist (zfsassist?)?
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