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: Such errors are detected by ZFS's own "end-to-end" checksumming. So, a ZFS checksum error is exactly a data (integrity) error at the hardware level which has not lead to an I/O error (as it should have … ZFS checksum errors as well as that of the undetected hardware errors, as these two numbers are just identical. In other words, if the device had corrected the integrity error on its own, or (if the …
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uncorrectable checksum errors that occurred on the device. First, what does "device" mean in this context? Are they talking about a physical device, the vdev or even something else? My assumption is that they … error counters of its vdevs. Is this correct? Second, what do they mean by uncorrectable checksum errors? This is a term which I thought is usually used when talking about physical disks, either …
asked Jan 31 '17 by Binarus