Eric Lucas on 19 Jul 2016 19:02:55 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] FreeBSD ZFS boot issue

Aaron, since you're working on the console, use ctr-s to stop the output and ctrl-q to resume output.
If it's not disabled then ctrl-s should stop the stream and allow you to read it.
As to the problem?   I have not a clue.  Sorry :-|


On Tue, Jul 19, 2016 at 9:41 PM, Aaron D. Segall <> wrote:
Hello all,

Okay, so not a Linux issue but... I decided I wanted to learn / get some experience with FreeBSD / ZFS by setting up a server running it.  I can boot the system without issue as long as ZFS is not enabled in rc.conf.  After booting the system I can start the ZFS service without any problems.  If I boot the system with ZFS enabled I get a, I think, 2 line error message which repeats too fast for me to read.  It looks like it says something like:

vnode_pager_get_read : I/O read error
  default              pages: pid 1 (init)

The lines are on top of each other so I can't really read them.  I can't see anything like this error in any of the files under /var/log.  Any thought or ideas on how to even begin to diagnosis this would be greatly appreciated.


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