Re: Bug#651624: Booting from zfs root seems to not work 8.3 and 10.0 however work
El 25 de març de 2012 23:07, Christoph Egger <firstname.lastname@example.org> ha escrit:
> Robert Millan <email@example.com> writes:
>> I'm not sure if people in debian-bsd can help with this. I myself
>> can't. Maybe you should try to reproduce this in a pure FreeBSD
>> environment by trying to import the pool from a FreeBSD system. If it
>> can be imported with kFreeBSD 8.x (either GNU or BSD userland), but
>> not with pure FreeBSD 9.0, then it's IMHO worth reporting to ZFS
>> experts in freebsd-fs.
> I was now able to reproduce the problem in a 10-CURRENT build done on
> pure freebsd 9.0-STABLE with default cc though the failing box is (of
> course) still kfreebsd.
I was hit by this too. Really annoying :-(
> There should be no othyer debian influcenes before the reoot filesystem
> comes available apart from grub right? Going to take this upstream if
There might be something written on disk by Debian kernel that
upstream kernel doesn't. Probably not file system corruption since
it's clearly recoverable (as I write, my system just came back to
normal after simply booting a D-I image and importing the pool there).
But as the data is there, if upstream kernels can't access it I think
it's probably relevant to them.
If you bring this upstream, I recommend writing to freebsd-fs, it's
much easier to get attention there than by filing a PR.