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Solaris RAIDZ2 anyone? 
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Post Solaris RAIDZ2 anyone?
did some reconfiguring on my file server yesterday. still working on kerberos settings to join it to my Active Directory, and Samba for file sharing, but here's a screeny so far

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Post Re: Solaris RAIDZ2 anyone?
That sir, is a lot of porn.

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Post Re: Solaris RAIDZ2 anyone?
jdrom wrote:
That sir, is a lot of porn.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.....


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Post Re: Solaris RAIDZ2 anyone?
LMAO

Indeed it is. I hit a bit of a learning curve with Solaris I will admit. but I now I have my network drives up and running, kerberos is working...until i reboot....which is part of what i meant by learning curve. It's not the typical linux distribution where you edit a conf file and restart a daemon....the configs in Solaris are a little more volatile if you don't do things correctly, in which case it will lose your settings when you reboot.

So after some dns issues, getting it to discovery my domain controller, then getting it to connect to my domain controller, and then getting folders shared, which was another issue, because configuring samba alone, was not enough, sharing actually has to be enabled within the file system itself. I'm sure there's a technical reason for the hurdles I've jumped through though, I just don't quite know what those reasons are

But here's a screeny from my AD server. I've only got the one folder mounted so far, I started copying data to it earlier tonight

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Post Re: Solaris RAIDZ2 anyone?
I have some throughput information on this thing.

the zpool iostat run below counts the throughput averages for 30 second intervals. the lower numbers are files synching from my linux machine over gigabit lan, the numbers don't look great for gigabit, but it's all small files too. that last few intervals are the result of me running DD to write a large file to the drive locally. not bad


solaris@SRV-DATA:~$ zpool iostat tank -v 30
cannot open '-v': name must begin with a letter
capacity operations bandwidth
pool alloc free read write read write
---------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
tank 892G 10.0T 39 211 37.8K 22.1M
tank 894G 10.0T 11 264 11.5K 31.0M
tank 895G 10.0T 29 219 27.4K 23.6M
tank 896G 10.0T 29 215 30.5K 22.9M
tank 903G 9.99T 26 1.33K 24.0K 165M
tank 912G 9.98T 8 1.57K 8.80K 197M
tank 937G 9.96T 6 1.50K 6.47K 189M
tank 946G 9.95T 11 1.58K 11.0K 198M
tank 954G 9.94T 8 1.63K 7.52K 205M
tank 972G 9.93T 11 1.60K 10.8K 202M
tank 991G 9.91T 7 1.67K 7.62K 211M

all in all, throughput isn't bad. I have yet to add a pair of SSD cache drives though, those will be the numbers I'm interested in.

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