ZFS import tests using varied boot CD media, also: which zpool version is better for recoverability (Was: Re: pool version 26 lzjb vs version 5000 lz4 (Was: Re: [zfs-discuss] compression=lz4 not supported on pool version 26?))

Gordan Bobic gordan.bobic at gmail.com
Mon Aug 12 09:42:10 EDT 2013


On Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 1:51 PM, Durval Menezes <durval.menezes at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hello folks,
>
> So, I exported the ZFS pool I created with version=26 with ZoL 0.6.1 in my
> (physical) machine, and then tried importing it using boot medias with
> varied ZFS implementations running in a VM; here's what I found:
>
> 1) PLD RCD (which was so far my preferred boot media for recovery work):
> unable to import the pool with either its "current stable" versio (11.02
> (the current "stable" one) nor v13.03 (the current beta/development
> version). I've checked and it comes with the "paleolithic" ZFS-FUSE
> 0.5.0... which supports only pool version <= 13. But I've checked (via
> creating a new pool on another device and then doing a "zpool get all |
> grep version" on it[*]) and it seems that even the latest zfs-fuse (v0.7.0)
> does not support pool version > 23. Also, the created FS has version 03.
>  :-/
>

The release info implies that zfs-fuse 0.7.0 Does support pool v26:

 http://freecode.com/projects/zfs-fuse/releases/329258
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