[zfs-discuss] iostat on zvol
john at chiraldynamics.com
Sun Sep 13 21:50:28 EDT 2015
respectfully, if someone would be kind enough to explain, it would be helpful to understand
the genesis of this decision.
Those of us who are trying to run Lustre over ZFS, including Lustre support from Intel, are
compelled to run our serverside on RHEL/Centos 6.X and its associated 2.6.32-x kernels for
the foreseeable future.
Obviously, it would be nice to be able to take advantage of the performance improvements in
zfs 0.6.5 without having to give up something important in return. Or am I missing something?
On 9/13/15 5:01 AM, Gordan Bobic via zfs-discuss wrote:
> That seems like quite a feature regression considering there is no current LT kernel newer than 3.18.x
> On 12/09/15 22:48, john casu via zfs-discuss wrote:
>> Is this your issue?
>> from the announcement:
>> * `iostat` accounting on zvols running on kernels older than Linux 3.19
>> is no longer supported.
>> On 9/12/15 2:37 PM, Вадим Сурков via zfs-discuss wrote:
>>> Hi !!
>>> After upgrade from 0.6.4 to 0.6.5 I have noticed, that iostat shows
>>> zeroes for zvols, but earlier it does like for any other
>>> disk device.... Is it a bug, or something ?
>>> Regards, Vadim
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