On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 4:09 PM, Matthew
> Hi, thanks for the info.
> Can you have a look at the attachment on the original post for me?
> Everything you said is what I expected to see in the output there, but a lot
> of the values are blank where I hoped they would at least be able to tell me
> a breakdown of the USEDSNAP figure
Well, I see USEDSNAP 13.8 GB for the dataset, so if you delete ALL
snapshots you'd probably be able to get that much.
As for "which snapshot to delete to get most space", that's a liitle
bit tricky. See
has USED 2.45G? If I understand correctly, it roughly means
about 2.45G of difference. Note that the space is probably
shared/refered to by the previous snapshots as well.
- Deleting rpool/export/home/matt@zfs-auto-snap:monthly-2009-06-28-20:59
only probably won't save you lots of space, as the used space would
probably be moved to
- Deleting all snapshot on and prior to
give you at least 2.45G space.
It's somewhat rough guess, but that's the best interpretation I can
come up with.
> As far as I know I'm using zpool version 13 (it might be higher - I didn't
> upgrade it manually, but I don't know if the updates from /dev repository
> would have triggered an upgrade at any point)
The system will be capable of new version, but the pool will not
upgrade itself automatically.
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