Fresh install - Update -> NMS (web UI) weirdness
$ show appliance version
NMS version: 3.0.4 (r8580)
NMC version: 3.0.4 (r8579)
NMV version: 3.0.4 (r8576)
Release Date: Aug 3 2010
Operating System: Nexenta/OpenSolaris (version 3.0.4)
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Fresh install from 3.0.3 community edition ISO from the download page, then apt-get update/upgrade.
Since then, I have noticed the following issues and problems:
On boot, the message "sorry, variable 'zil_disable' is not defined in the 'zfs' module" (shows up right after the 'loading kernel' line)
The NMS is apparently stuck in non-expert mode (yes, I set it to yes in the preferences and via the NMC/config file). I don't have my advanced options for permissions/ACL's for the CIFS exports, I can't set up my CHAP settings, etc. (I tried making a new directory and sharing it via CIFS, still missing the ACL settings)
Data Management -> Shares: CIFS Server and NFS server on the left side of the window show online, but when looking at the properties, they are unchecked as if they are disabled/offline (I can verify that the CIFS server is working).
iSCSI: Missing it's authentication settings via both NMV and NMC.
What caused this reinstall: I was noticing some strangeness when working with an export (CIFS permissions settings were choking on a file). I tried removing the export, when the system just hung. Upon rebooting, the system hung at loading the ZFS config. Thinking it was potentially a hardware failure on the boot drive, I put in a different one and reinstalled using the 3.0.3 ISO on the community website (NexentaStor-Community-3.0.3-1) then did an apt-get update/upgrade. I was able to import the pool after a "zpool import -fF" and a few hours. That's when I noticed that the web UI was missing things and there were a few other things not working correctly.
Ideas, hints, more info I can provide? I've got a few VM's sitting in an iscsi zvol that I would like to get back up and running, so the soon this can be solved, the better. :-)
Well, never mind on the iSCSI part, I got that working. I forgot to define the targets. I'm a dork sometimes.
However, the ACL setup for CIFS is still missing and I do have that zil_disable error, so any help with that would be good.
I'm not 100% sure how, but the ACL options are now showing up. I think it started working right after I used the "option expert_mode=1 -s" method of setting expert mode.
However, the zil_disable error still shows up on boot.
Aren't betas fun? :-)