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    Jan 15 2016 Replies 12 Views 274 jgreco Jan 18 2016 DISCUSSION From Ubuntu multipurpose server to FreeNAS kriegalex Jan 15 2016 Replies 15 Views 295 Kevin Horton Jan 17 2016 DISCUSSION Add datasets to Boot drive System Jails monarchdodra Jan 22 2015 Replies 2 Views 349 snicke Jan 15 2016 DISCUSSION NAS box fn quser Jan 10 2016 2 Replies 30 Views 549 Robert Trevellyan Jan 15 2016 DISCUSSION Backing up Freenas to another Freenas box RichTJ99 Jan 14 2016 Replies 4 Views 89 depasseg Jan 14 2016 DISCUSSION Replace hardware Windows 2012 R2 server with VM RichTJ99 Jan 11 2016 Replies 2 Views 97 RichTJ99 Jan 12 2016 DISCUSSION Guide to installing PhpVirtualbox 5 04 RichTJ99 Jan 7 2016 Replies 3 Views 111 Robert Trevellyan Jan 8 2016 DISCUSSION FreeNAS LSI controllers overview discussion Solved IT mode firmware for LSI megaraid sas 9260 4i devnullius Dec 22 2015 Replies 17 Views 555 jgreco Dec 31 2015 DISCUSSION Feedback Sought for FreeNAS Beginner System wraith Dec 21 2015 Replies 18 Views 322 bmcclure937 Dec 30 2015 DISCUSSION Two FreeNAS backing up to each other kirkdickinson Dec 18 2015 Replies 14 Views 279 kirkdickinson Dec 20 2015 DISCUSSION Moving from OpenMediaVault to FreeNAS Pheoxy Dec 11 2015 Replies 18 Views 437 Pheoxy Dec 19 2015 DISCUSSION How many layers to this onion ChiknNutz Nov 30 2015 Replies 11 Views 183 cyberjock Dec 1 2015 DISCUSSION AiO ESXi FreeNAS homeserver configuration ondjultomte Sep 25 2015 2 Replies 38 Views 753 ondjultomte Nov 1 2015 DISCUSSION New Freenas Setup HP Microserver gen8 boynep Aug 29 2015 Replies 3 Views 225 boynep Aug 30 2015 DISCUSSION 9 3 1 a bit of a disaster AdrianWilliamson Aug 27 2015 Replies 2 Views 206 HoneyBadger Aug 27 2015 DISCUSSION Should I use FreeNAS KyleBT Jun

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  • DISCUSSION - 9.2+ non-native block size error | FreeNAS Community
    a thread on this topic I ll just delete it Stickies should be appropriate and I ve written this before 9 2 0 has hit release So consider yourself warned that I ll delete threads that ask a question I m already answering for you Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Dec 14 2013 1 moxxii DVitoD and cerhat like this Offline joeschmuck Old Man Member Since May 28 2011 Messages 4 043 Message Count 4 043 Likes Received 306 Trophy Points 83 Occupation Electrical Engineer Data Analysis and Management Location Northern Virginia joeschmuck Dec 15 2013 First good idea to sticky something like this as it will be asked quite a lot I m certain of it I know someone will ask this because I m curious and I don t know ZFS well enough to know this answer but I understand what the ashift value does in an older non advanced format drive and that advanced format drives are aligned up front to the 4k boundary If I have four drives in my pool and I replace each one with a new advanced format drive one at a time and let each resilver before replacing the next will this fix my problem SpoilerTarget Show FreeNAS System FreeNAS 9 3 Stable AMD FX 4300 3 8GHz CPU Asus M5A78L M USB3 Intel NIC EXPI9301CTBLK PCI E 16GB Kingston DDR3 ECC 1333 RAM Patriot Xporter XT Rage 8GB USB Flash Drive Six WD Red WD20EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 7 3TB usable space All wrapped up in a Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Dec 15 2013 2 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Dec 15 2013 That depends If you are getting the error because your drives are 512B sec drives and your vdev has an ashift 12 then yes That s because 4k sector drives will properly align with a vdev that has an ashift 12 The trick is to look at what you have and where you are going If you end up with the ideal ashift and disk sector sizes matching then the messages will go away You re in deep poop if you have a vdev with an ashift 9 because the only way to NOT get the error is to disable it in the GUI thereby hiding it The proper solution would be to downgrade to 512B sector drives so your sector size and ashift are both the same but all large disks are 4k disks both now and in the future So you can t really fix the error and just hide it forever You ll just be in a position where you are somewhat forced to create a new pool and migrate your data to a new pool instead of just swapping 1 disk at a time for another that is bigger I say somewhat forced because you could choose to live with an improperly aligned pool forever and deal with those performance limitations For most home users sharing their music photos and movies you will likely never care or even know about the performance penalty But for those that want to run ESXi NFS or iSCSI this is something that needs to be fixed to ensure maximum IOPS Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Dec 15 2013 3 Offline Default Member Since Dec 18 2013 Messages 8 Message Count 8 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Default Dec 18 2013 Hmm I think I understand the issue of different block sizes but I am not sure why I also get this error I upgraded from an old FreeNAS version and imported my pool FreeNAS is now telling me block size 512B configured 4096B native for the four HDDs that I have in my machine The interesting thing is that the sector size of my HDDs is actually 512B both according to camcontrol on the datasheet of the drive My ashift value is 9 So according to your post everything should be fine Is FreeNAS trying to tell me I should get newer drives Default Dec 18 2013 4 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Dec 18 2013 What s the model of your disks Are they all the same model Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Dec 18 2013 5 Offline Default Member Since Dec 18 2013 Messages 8 Message Count 8 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Default Dec 18 2013 Yes they are all the same model four 750GB Samsung Spinpoint F1 HD753LJ model Data sheet is here http www samsung com global system business hdd prdmodel 2007 11 13 222036DesktopRev4 5 6 pdf Default Dec 18 2013 6 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Dec 18 2013 Can you post the output of smartctl a q noserial dev XXX substituting one of your disks Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Dec 18 2013 7 Offline Default Member Since Dec 18 2013 Messages 8 Message Count 8 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Default Dec 18 2013 Sure here it is smartctl 6 2 2013 07 26 r3841 FreeBSD 9 2 RELEASE amd64 local build Copyright C 2002 13 Bruce Allen Christian Franke www smartmontools org START OF INFORMATION SECTION Model Family SAMSUNG SpinPoint F1 DT Device Model SAMSUNG HD753LJ Firmware Version 1AA01109 User Capacity 750 156 374 016 bytes 750 GB Sector Size 512 bytes logical physical Device is In smartctl database for details use P show ATA Version is ATA ATAPI 7 ATA8 ACS T13 1699 D revision 3b Local Time is Wed Dec 18 14 59 44 2013 CET SMART support is Available device has SMART capability SMART support is Enabled START OF READ SMART DATA SECTION SMART overall health self assessment test result PASSED General SMART Values Offline data collection status 0x00 Offline data collection activity was never started Auto Offline Data Collection Disabled Self test execution status 0 The previous self test routine completed without error or no self test has ever been run Total time to complete Offline data collection 11626 seconds Offline data collection capabilities 0x7b SMART execute Offline immediate Auto Offline data collection on off support Suspend Offline collection upon new command Offline surface scan supported Self test supported Conveyance Self test supported Selective Self test supported SMART capabilities 0x0003 Saves SMART data before entering power saving mode Supports SMART auto save timer Error logging capability 0x01 Error logging supported General Purpose Logging supported Short self test routine recommended polling time 2 minutes Extended self test routine recommended polling time 195 minutes Conveyance self test routine recommended polling time 21 minutes SCT capabilities 0x003f SCT Status supported SCT Error Recovery Control supported SCT Feature Control supported SCT Data Table supported SMART Attributes Data Structure revision number 16 Vendor Specific SMART Attributes with Thresholds ID ATTRIBUTE NAME FLAG VALUE WORST THRESH TYPE UPDATED WHEN FAILED RAW VALUE 1 Raw Read Error Rate 0x000f 100 100 051 Pre fail Always 0 3 Spin Up Time 0x0007 078 078 011 Pre fail Always 7490 4 Start Stop Count 0x0032 099 099 000 Old age Always 686 5 Reallocated Sector Ct 0x0033 100 100 010 Pre fail Always 0 7 Seek Error Rate 0x000f 253 253 051 Pre fail Always 0 8 Seek Time Performance 0x0025 100 100 015 Pre fail Offline 0 9 Power On Hours 0x0032 090 090 000 Old age Always 48737 10 Spin Retry Count 0x0033 100 100 051 Pre fail Always 0 11 Calibration Retry Count 0x0012 099 099 000 Old age Always 1035 12 Power Cycle Count 0x0032 100 100 000 Old age Always 164 13 Read Soft Error Rate 0x000e 100 100 000 Old age Always 0 183 Runtime Bad Block 0x0032 100 100 000 Old age Always 0 184 End to End Error 0x0033 100 100 099 Pre fail Always 0 187 Reported Uncorrect 0x0032 100 100 000 Old age Always 0 188 Command Timeout 0x0032 100 100 000 Old age Always 0 190 Airflow Temperature Cel 0x0022 055 054 000 Old age Always 45 Min Max 31 45 194 Temperature Celsius 0x0022 054 054 000 Old age Always 46 Min Max 31 46 195 Hardware ECC Recovered 0x001a 100 100 000 Old age Always 633842777 196 Reallocated Event Count 0x0032 100 100 000 Old age Always 0 197 Current Pending Sector 0x0012 100 100 000 Old age Always 0 198 Offline Uncorrectable 0x0030 100 100 000 Old age Offline 0 199 UDMA CRC Error Count 0x003e 100 100 000 Old age Always 0 200 Multi Zone Error Rate 0x000a 100 100 000 Old age Always 0 201 Soft Read Error Rate 0x000a 100 100 000 Old age Always 0 SMART Error Log Version 1 No Errors Logged SMART Self test log structure revision number 0 Warning ATA Specification requires self test log structure revision number 1 No self tests have been logged To run self tests use smartctl t SMART Selective self test log data structure revision number 0 Note revision number not 1 implies that no selective self test has ever been run SPAN MIN LBA MAX LBA CURRENT TEST STATUS 1 0 0 Not testing 2 0 0 Not testing 3 0 0 Not testing 4 0 0 Not testing 5 0 0 Not testing Selective self test flags 0x0 After scanning selected spans do NOT read scan remainder of disk If Selective self test is pending on power up resume after 0 minute delay Click to expand Default Dec 18 2013 8 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Dec 18 2013 What version of FreeNAS are you using I m confused trying to get a dev to look at this thread Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Dec 18 2013 9 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Dec 18 2013 Can you install the latest nightly from 12 16 It can be found at http cdn freenas org nightlies 2013 12 16 Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Dec 18 2013 10 Offline Default Member Since Dec 18 2013 Messages 8 Message Count 8 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Default Dec 18 2013 Installed the latest nightly but still get the same warning Not that it bothers me too much at this point but it somewhat confusing Default Dec 18 2013 11 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Dec 18 2013 Yeah but this is almost certainly a bug somewhere It needs to be fixed or nobody is going to trust the warning Accurate is important especially for something like this Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Dec 18 2013 12 Offline William Grzybowski FreeNAS Guru Member Since May 27 2011 Messages 1 666 Message Count 1 666 Likes Received 23 Trophy Points 38 Location Curitiba Brazil William Grzybowski Dec 18 2013 Can you paste zpool status and camcontrol identify adaX grep sector William Grzybowski Dec 18 2013 13 Offline Default Member Since Dec 18 2013 Messages 8 Message Count 8 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Default Dec 18 2013 Sure zpool status pool Data state ONLINE status One or more devices are configured to use a non native block size Expect reduced performance action Replace affected devices with devices that support the configured block size or migrate data to a properly configured pool scan scrub repaired 0 in 4h52m with 0 errors on Wed Dec 18 14 16 58 2013 config NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM Data ONLINE 0 0 0 raidz1 0 ONLINE 0 0 0 ada0 ONLINE 0 0 0 block size 512B configured 4096B native ada2 ONLINE 0 0 0 block size 512B configured 4096B native ada1 ONLINE 0 0 0 block size 512B configured 4096B native ada3 ONLINE 0 0 0 block size 512B configured 4096B native errors No known data errors Click to expand camcontrol identify ada0 grep sector sectors track 63 sector size logical 512 physical 512 offset 0 LBA supported 268435455 sectors LBA48 supported 1465149168 sectors Click to expand Default Dec 18 2013 14 Offline William Grzybowski FreeNAS Guru Member Since May 27 2011 Messages 1 666 Message Count 1 666 Likes Received 23 Trophy Points 38 Location Curitiba Brazil William Grzybowski Dec 18 2013 https github com freenas freenas commit b1b8507279caae984c08c3b331570969d0da74cc William Grzybowski Dec 18 2013 15 Offline Chris Hoefler Member Since Dec 18 2013 Messages 22 Message Count 22 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Chris Hoefler Dec 18 2013 First time poster setting up a FreeNAS box I ran into this issue and was slightly confused by the above explanation After testing a few different configurations I think I understand what is happening So just to clarify Initial setup one zpool 6 3TB Seagate drives striped mirrors 2 60 GB SSD mirrored ZIL 1 240 GB SSD L2ARC zpool status status One or more devices are configured to use a non native block size Expect reduced performance action Replace affected devices with devices that support the configured block size or migrate data to a properly configured pool snip mirror 2 ONLINE 0 0 0 gptid a8f49234 6856 11e3 903e 001e4f3a3b04 ONLINE 0 0 0 gptid a98bdbf8 6856 11e3 903e 001e4f3a3b04 ONLINE 0 0 0 logs mirror 3 ONLINE 0 0 0 gptid aa25c8c9 6856 11e3 903e 001e4f3a3b04 ONLINE 0 0 0 gptid aa691c24 6856 11e3 903e 001e4f3a3b04 ONLINE 0 0 0 cache gptid a9dbafff 6856 11e3 903e 001e4f3a3b04 ONLINE 0 0 0 block size 512B configured 4096B native errors No known data errors I was confused by this because these are all 4K drives and I expected them to be configured as such But with a little playing around I can see what is happening zdb C grep ashift ashift 12 ashift 12 ashift 12 ashift 12 And when I put each group of disks in it s own zpool ie ZIL becomes a fourth mirror and L2ARC a single striped disk zdb C grep ashift ashift 12 ashift 12 ashift 12 ashift 12 ashift 12 zpool status no errors The disks and sector sizes are being detected properly But the L2ARC is being created with 512B sector size despite being a 4K SSD Now I understand the statement by cyberjock Cache drives are always 512B sector Meaning even if you have a 4K drive it will be created as 512B when used as

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  • DISCUSSION - 9.2+ non-native block size error | Page 2 | FreeNAS Community
    version at that time i had 4 small drives probably 250 300 giga old drives From time to time i upgraded my drives and resilvered now i have 4X 2tb drives all 4k and my sectors are still 512 with an shift of 9 So my only option is to backup I use my freenas as time machine and windows backup so most of the data in it is redundant and i could backup only what is more important but knowing i have to loose my maybe valuable 2 years time machine sounds not good mactsk Dec 26 2013 26 Offline Dustin Brewer Member Since Dec 24 2013 Messages 3 Message Count 3 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Dustin Brewer Dec 26 2013 Assuming one wanted to uh fix the glitch and had the drives space available to create a backup zpool would something like the following work zfs snapshot r library full zfs send R library full zfs receive Fdv backup destroy recreate library pool zfs snapshot r backup full zfs send R backup full zfs receive Fdv library Dustin Brewer Dec 26 2013 27 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Dec 26 2013 That looks about right The big problem is 99 99 of people don t have that many SATA ports and or drive slots in their machine to create a second pool Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Dec 26 2013 28 Offline bbddpp Newbie Member Since Dec 8 2012 Messages 71 Message Count 71 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 6 bbddpp Dec 27 2013 Here s my situation My FreeNAS box is just a JBOD media server so I have individual ZFS drives in there each basically is its own pool One of my drives was created in a way that s causing this error to throw If I just copy all that drive s contents to another empty drive in the box then destroy re initialize that drive that s throwing this error and copy the stuff back I m good to go bbddpp Dec 27 2013 29 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Dec 27 2013 If you read this thread and understand it probably Only you ll know based on your error message and what is wrong Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Dec 27 2013 30 Offline kleinejan Member Since Jun 15 2011 Messages 12 Message Count 12 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 3 kleinejan Dec 28 2013 the only solution is to destroy and recreate the pool Click to expand Indeed it s not a solution This could mean after the 9 2 upgrade everybody should backup their data create a new pool restore the backup It sounds like stupid solution Help on this topic is needed I believe kleinejan Dec 28 2013 31 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Dec 28 2013 The real issue is that someone planning to build their server should have a thorough understanding of what some of this stuff does Especially the stuff that is undoable unchangable Blindly jumping into an OS without researching these things is a recipe for disaster In the case of ashifts there is no changing it after the fact PERIOD ZFS was designed for enterprises and the expectation is that you d either pay big dollars for support or you d have highly trained and skilled technicians that know better That whole thing is somewhat broken by using FreeNAS at home And the fact that very few people actually stop to learn this stuff before jumping in Since people don t want to learn this stuff you are stuck with what iX defaulted to It used to default to an ashift that wasn t appropriate for 4k disks Now they ve changed it to be more future proof The bottom line is you get what you put into it or paid for Something tells me you didn t pay someone to build your server If you didn t do all the homework and learn about all of this stuff you have nobody to blame but yourself Your the admin if your server For better or for worse For many people like myself I don t have to worry about this I made my pool correctly quite a while back Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Dec 28 2013 32 Offline kleinejan Member Since Jun 15 2011 Messages 12 Message Count 12 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 3 kleinejan Dec 28 2013 When in 9 1 you just created a pool in my case a raidz2 mirror via the GUI You now have an issue with 9 2 Can t find anything on how to fix this Would it be enough to erase one mirror rebuild it erase the other one and rebuild it From my UX background I would say the GUI had a flaw so users could make the error That s my humble opinion kleinejan Dec 28 2013 33 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Dec 28 2013 I agree and my bug ticket from pre 9 1 RELEASE said so iXsystems didn t agree with me so you unfortunately have to deal with that https bugs freenas org issues 2404 Notice the ticket closed 6 days ago in my favor If they had just done that 6 months ago we wouldn t have this problem I also made https bugs freenas org issues 3274 because of other similar complaints still open and no clue when it ll be fixed If you had asked in the forums or searched back before 9 2 0 you d have seen I m pretty vocal about my contempt with iXsystems for ignoring the 4k sector problem until it blew up in everyone s face It would have been smarter IMO to force 4k on everyone for future compatibility than to let most peopel get it wrong and then argue that you can make a new pool later Sorry but home users don t always have that option Of course the argument for religious backups of important data does mean that home users should always have that option Right now I m not thrilled with the fact that we ve found a potential but verified data killing bug with FreeNAS and its not being handled swiftly IMO Yes you shouldn t be dumb enough to do this but someone did and there s no warning or anything that this is a bad thing to do https bugs freenas org issues 3782 Errors like this should be prevented in the GUI without some kind of warning As far as I m concerned this should be a point release since it can and has caused unrecoverable data loss Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Dec 28 2013 34 Offline indivision Newbie Member Since Jan 4 2013 Messages 87 Message Count 87 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 8 indivision Jan 4 2014 Hello Thank you for posting this information What is the approximate performance hit for continuing to run at ashift 9 What is the nature of the hit speed reliability I have 4 drives One of them was replaced a while back Running smartctl on them now the 3 original drives show 512 bytes logical 4096 bytes physical But the replacement drive shows 512 bytes logical physical That is a little surprising to me as the replacement drive is the newer version of the same size series of the older drives wd green Is it possible that the newer drive is reporting incorrectly If so how can I determine what it really is I ve looked through the western digital site and other places But couldn t find sector size information listed Indivision Interactive Agency indivision Jan 4 2014 35 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Jan 4 2014 The penalty is strictly in performance And it ranges from a few percent to 20 or more depending on workload Many smaller writes that are very small think 128kb can suffer painful penalties while larger writes will be almost unnoticable For a home user you will probably never notice Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Jan 4 2014 36 Offline marvin Member Since Jan 7 2014 Messages 1 Message Count 1 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 marvin Jan 7 2014 I ve read this thread and some others and I m hoping someone can help me clear up a few details I have 3 x 1 5TB disks which have a native block size of 512B These are in a zpool which I correctly configured to use ashift 9 Code text root NEWUNXNAS02 camcontrol identify ada0 grep sector sectors track 63 sector size logical 512 physical 512 offset 0 LBA supported 268435455 sectors LBA48 supported 2930277168 sectors root NEWUNXNAS02 camcontrol identify ada1 grep sector sectors track 63 sector size logical 512 physical 512 offset 0 LBA supported 268435455 sectors LBA48 supported 2930277168 sectors root NEWUNXNAS02 camcontrol identify ada2 grep sector sectors track 63 sector size logical 512 physical 512 offset 0 LBA supported 268435455 sectors LBA48 supported 2930277168 sectors Code text root NEWUNXNAS02 zpool status pool zpool1 state ONLINE status One or more devices are configured to use a non native block size Expect reduced performance action Replace affected devices with devices that support the configured block size or migrate data to a properly configured pool scan scrub repaired 0 in 2h47m with 0 errors on Fri Nov 29 04 47 18 2013 config NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM zpool1 ONLINE 0 0 0 raidz1 0 ONLINE 0 0 0 ada0 ONLINE 0 0 0 block size 512B configured 4096B native ada1 ONLINE 0 0 0 block size 512B configured 4096B native ada2 ONLINE 0 0 0 block size 512B configured 4096B native errors No known data errors Code text root NEWUNXNAS02 zdb C grep ashift ashift 9 As you can see I get the same mistaken error message as has been described in this thread Now I followed the instructions in the link from this post William Grzybowski said https github com freenas freenas commit b1b8507279caae984c08c3b331570969d0da74cc Click to expand As instructed I added vfs zfs vdev larger ashift minimal 0 as a sysctl and a tunable Now I have an interesting albeit bizarre result in that just one of my drives is now accused of using non native block size It s worth noting that ada0 and ada2 are identical drives ST31500341AS whereas ada1 is a different model ST1500DL003 9VT16L Code text root NEWUNXNAS02 zpool status pool zpool1 state ONLINE status One or more devices are configured to use a non native block size Expect reduced performance action Replace affected devices with devices that support the configured block size or migrate data to a properly configured pool scan scrub repaired 0 in 2h47m with 0 errors on Fri Nov 29 04 47 18 2013 config NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM zpool1 ONLINE 0 0 0 raidz1 0 ONLINE 0 0 0 ada0 ONLINE 0 0 0 ada1 ONLINE 0 0 0 block size 512B configured 4096B native ada2 ONLINE 0 0 0 errors No known data errors So I suppose my questions are Is there anything further I can do to stop this error being incorrectly reported for ada1 Is this reporting problem being addressed in the next FreeNAS update I see bug 3786 has been closed although I m not sure it s clear to me this will fix the problem in 9 2 1 Any help would be appreciated thanks marvin Jan 7 2014 37 Offline indivision Newbie Member Since Jan 4 2013 Messages 87 Message Count 87 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 8 indivision Jan 7 2014 cyberjock said The penalty is strictly in performance And it ranges from a few percent to 20 or more depending on workload Many smaller writes that are very small think 128kb can suffer painful penalties while larger writes will be almost unnoticable For a home user you will probably never notice Click to expand Thank you I am just a home user But still it doesn t sit well with me to accept a performance hit due to misconfiguration That s going to nag on my mind until I fix it I definitely do notice some hiccups with many small files I actually do have a second server that replicates the first and takes periodic snapshots But I ve never had to use it to rebuild any data Any guides you can point to that detail the process Couldn t I nuke the main server configure it for A 12 and then rebuild the data from my back up server Indivision Interactive Agency indivision Jan 7 2014 38 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Jan 7 2014 marvin You should google those model numbers You ll find that the ST1500DL003 is lying to you It s a 4096bytes sector drive So all that crap about hardware manufacturers lying is happening to you You can ignore the error forever or make sure all of your drives are the same size FreeBSD knows that your model is really a 4k sector drive so it s actually correctly reporting so in your zpool status messages individision you can simply replicate the data back to the server There is no guide except the FreeNAS manual to explain how to setup replication Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Jan 7 2014 39 Offline ixion Member Since Dec 22 2011 Messages 24 Message Count 24 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 ixion Jan 11 2014 cyberjock all Thanks for the explanation and for starting this thread I read the whole thread and I get the change to 4K as the new default But what I don t get and as Marvin eluded to is that there definitely seems to be a bug here that I haven t seen anyone acknowledge I have an older zpool version 28 that I created back in Freenas 8 x My ASHIFT is set to 9 and all of my disks are native 512B logical physical I upgraded to 9 2 recently and I get the 4K error warning Why is that My disks and ASHIFT match so why would I be getting the warning I understand that if I create a new pool using these disks in the future I will get the warning as my ASHIFT will be defaulted to 12 and my drives are 512B but that s not the case now It seems to me the warning is a bug as it compares the disks to the default of 4K instead of the actual ASHIFT in use in the zpool And to make things worse yesterday I replaced dev ada0 which was failing with an identical disk same make and model with 512B sectors I did a zpool replace and now that drive does not show the warning but the warning is still on the other

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  • DISCUSSION - 9.2+ non-native block size error | Page 3 | FreeNAS Community
    I have a pool called Tank with a sector size of 512 bytes they were all 1 5TB drives and now they have all but one been replaced due to drive failures to 3TB drives If I replaced the last drive with a 3TB drive could I then Upgrade to 3TB drives and thus have lots of free space on the disks Create a new pool Tank2 with a 4k sector size in the spare disk space Copy the data from Tank to Tank2 Delete Tank Rename Tank2 to Tank Recreate the shares on the new Tank Resize the new Tank to use all of the space on the 3TB drives Can anyone see any problems with that would it work Seems like possibly the easiest way for me to get around this problem if it does Thanks Mark Hodgkinson Feb 17 2014 48 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Feb 17 2014 Mark Hodgkinson said I have a pool called Tank with a sector size of 512 bytes they were all 1 5TB drives and now they have all but one been replaced due to drive failures to 3TB drives If I replaced the last drive with a 3TB drive could I then Upgrade to 3TB drives and thus have lots of free space on the disks Create a new pool Tank2 with a 4k sector size in the spare disk space Copy the data from Tank to Tank2 Delete Tank Rename Tank2 to Tank Recreate the shares on the new Tank Resize the new Tank to use all of the space on the 3TB drives Can anyone see any problems with that would it work Seems like possibly the easiest way for me to get around this problem if it does Thanks Click to expand No only 1 pool per disk when you install the last 3tb drive it will autoexpand to fill the drives Edit Ok let me clarify this a little It may be possible to do what you want from the CLI It would be very risky to do in FreeNAS because its not a supported configuration by any stretch of the imagination I won t tell you how to do it because I m not even sure if its safe to do or if it will even work Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Feb 17 2014 49 Offline enemy85 FreeNAS Aware Member Since Jun 10 2011 Messages 580 Message Count 580 Likes Received 20 Trophy Points 18 enemy85 Feb 17 2014 Concerning my question above no suggestions FreeNas 9 2 1 9 64bit MOBO Asrock mini itx E3C226D2I CPU Intel Core i3 4130 HDD 5x 3TB WD30EFRX RED RAIDZ2 setup RAM 2x8GB kingston KVR16LE11L 8 ECC 1 35v CASE Fractal Design Node 304 Black MINI ITX PSU Seasonic G 360 80 Plus Gold UPS Riello iDialog IDG800 enemy85 Feb 17 2014 50 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Feb 17 2014 enemy85 said Concerning my question above no suggestions Click to expand Oops I didn t see your question Yes exactly how you described it Of course make sure the ashift is correct before you start throwing data on there Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Feb 17 2014 51 enemy85 likes this Offline labtopia Newbie Member Since May 31 2011 Messages 43 Message Count 43 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 6 labtopia Feb 20 2014 i have this issue with a bunch of my drives my question would be if i replace resilver the 512 drives one by one will this bring it up to date to 4k or is a brand new pool required labtopia Feb 20 2014 52 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Feb 20 2014 Please read the thread That question has been answered several times Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Feb 20 2014 53 Offline Noodle Member Since Oct 26 2011 Messages 24 Message Count 24 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Noodle Mar 26 2014 I m still little confused I have latest FreeNAS 9 2 1 3 release installed I have ashift 9 and all my driver has logical physical sector size 512 I also check vfs zfs vdev larger ashift minimal 0 But I m still getting this warning I m not worried about performance but this warning is annoying since it will force FreeNAS send me a warning email everyday So in 9 2 1 release the behavior is still assume

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  • DISCUSSION - 9.2+ non-native block size error | Page 4 | FreeNAS Community
    expand How do you reconcile aren t likely to see a difference you will care about with ranges to almost crippling Were you thinking of the database issue where I m guessing you might have lots of tiny transactions FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE Supermicro X9SCA F Intel E3 1220L V2 32GB ECC RAM LSI 9201 16i HBA Supermicro 836BA chassis pjc Sep 21 2014 63 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Sep 21 2014 One is for every possible reader If you are running a database or other type of workload it can be crippling On the flipside the vast majority of users aren t going to notice The fact that you have used ashift 12 and aren t here saying my pool sucks balls please help tells me you aren t in that group Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Sep 21 2014 64 Offline pjc FreeNAS Aware Member Since Aug 26 2014 Messages 153 Message Count 153 Likes Received 3 Trophy Points 18 pjc Sep 22 2014 cyberjock said The fact that you have used ashift 12 and aren t here saying my pool sucks balls please help tells me you aren t in that group Click to expand Well that s because I haven t deployed it yet I was going to test to make sure ashift 12 didn t cause problems But it sounds like the issue is workload rather than hardware so a simple iozone test isn t going to tell me much right I ll be able to put it through more of a real world test in a few days Thus far it looks like I got peaks of 78MB s and 62 2MB s reading during a test scrub different drives During expected use write heavy I got peaks of 25 8MB s and 22 6MB s writing a few MB s reading on peak network traffic of 359Mbit s Does that seem sane to you FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE Supermicro X9SCA F Intel E3 1220L V2 32GB ECC RAM LSI 9201 16i HBA Supermicro 836BA chassis pjc Sep 22 2014 65 Offline TnT Member Since Mar 25 2013 Messages 3 Message Count 3 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 TnT Oct 15 2014 I have the same problem as described in this thread My memory is a little foggy but I don t remember specifically stating which values these should be set to I think I just created my pool using the default settings

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    a hand FreeNAS 9 1 1 RELEASE x64 Define XL R2 Supermicro X9SCM F O 9301 CT NIC Xeon E3 1230v2 CPU 16 GB DDR3 ECC RAM 4 x Seagate ST 2 000DM001 2 TB striped mirrors paleoN Jul 18 2012 1 You must log in or sign up to reply here Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address Do you already have an account

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  • DISCUSSION - How much space per gig of ram? | FreeNAS Community
    Reds they are in transit The current setup 6x 2TB drives seems to have slowdowns with the VM s If I boot to many VM s at the same time i have been testing playing or do something data intensive such as connect to a 20GB MS Exchange account with outlook the all the VM s seem to slowdown What is your suggestion with the 2TB drives for VM usage Not using them as RaidZ2 drives but as single mirrors X10SL7 F Xeon E3 1231V3 32GB Crucial ECC Unbuffered DDR3 SeaSonic 650 PSU 6x 2TB drives 6x 6TB WD RED RichTJ99 Jan 8 2016 8 Offline jgreco Resident Grinch Member Since May 29 2011 Messages 8 130 Message Count 8 130 Likes Received 1 274 Trophy Points 113 Location WHO 1 ville Unixland jgreco Jan 8 2016 Yes the problem with RAIDZ is that the way random I O works it is very poorly optimized for small reads and writes such as what happens when a disk file is pretending to be a virtual hard drive https forums freenas org index ph reenas as vm storage 40086 page 3 post 254320 jgreco Jan 8 2016 9 Offline RichTJ99 FreeNAS Aware Member Since Sep 12 2013 Messages 185 Message Count 185 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 16 RichTJ99 Jan 8 2016 Interesting reading on the VM s thanks So to confirm I should use the 6x 6TB drives for data storage non VM related backups media files for streaming basically everything except VM s Then you are saying I can take the 2TB drives set them up for the VM storage Should it be setup as a regular mirror not RaidZ anything My VM s dont do much at this point but as I said they seem to keep mysteriously crashing My plan now is to leave the Windows 7 PS3 Media server VM running to see how it all goes I have a Windows 8 VM running mainly to check email I would love to get the Windows 2012 server virtualized running on the freenas box assuming I can use the 6TB drives to store windows backup files It should be very interesting X10SL7 F Xeon E3 1231V3 32GB Crucial ECC Unbuffered DDR3 SeaSonic 650 PSU 6x 2TB drives 6x 6TB WD RED RichTJ99 Jan 8 2016 10 Offline jgreco Resident Grinch Member Since May 29 2011 Messages 8 130 Message Count 8 130 Likes Received 1 274 Trophy Points 113 Location WHO 1 ville Unixland jgreco Jan 8 2016 Place anything IOPS stressy on mirrors The 2TB disks are probably ideal for that This might include backups if your backup software does anything fancy like data deduplication but does NOT include backup software that merely stores images compressed or otherwise of a disk or ZIP files or anything like that Place any runs of long sequential bytes ISO files ZIP files media files etc on a RAIDZn of the 6TB disks Also try to keep utilization on the mirror

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