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Permanent errors on volume with hex codes

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I wonder why these errors have disappeared?
Apologies for a lack of a response. Been away.

I am assuming that all the errors were on datasets which no longer exist and running the scrub tidied this up. All the datasets I wanted to retain never had permanent errors.

The pool is functioning perfectly okay and now that I have reverted to 11.1, I have not had any hardware/software issues whatsoever. Previously it would virtually never complete a backup from either of my Windows boxes, even incremental backups and particularly from one box backing up over wifi. They have now gone through several days of error-free backups.

Rather than wait a couple of weeks to know for sure, I have kicked another scrub off manually.

-paul
 

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Apologies for a lack of a response. Been away.

I am assuming that all the errors were on datasets which no longer exist and running the scrub tidied this up. All the datasets I wanted to retain never had permanent errors.

The pool is functioning perfectly okay and now that I have reverted to 11.1, I have not had any hardware/software issues whatsoever. Previously it would virtually never complete a backup from either of my Windows boxes, even incremental backups and particularly from one box backing up over wifi. They have now gone through several days of error-free backups.

Rather than wait a couple of weeks to know for sure, I have kicked another scrub off manually.

-paul
From what I have experienced and seen what users have reported with Freenas 11 suggest to me there is a major bug or corner case that ZFS is not able to handle and is causing all these issues in the first place.
You may want to stick with your current version for now until those things are ironed out, if not for Freenas 11-2, maybe for Freenas 12.
 
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From what I have experienced and seen what users have reported with Freenas 11 suggest to me there is a major bug or corner case that ZFS is not able to handle and is causing all these issues in the first place.
You may want to stick with your current version for now until those things are ironed out, if not for Freenas 11-2, maybe for Freenas 12.
There probably isn't a bug in zfs or way more people would be having issues. Zfs is not specifically for freenas. It's used all over the place.
 
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