Bug #113

Datasets in GUI reporting wrong used space value

Added by Ryan W over 4 years ago. Updated over 2 years ago.

Status:Assigned Start:October 07, 2010
Priority:Normal Due date:
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Description

The datasets page in the GUI is reporting the 'zpool list ' data size, which includes raidz parity into the size.

This wouldn't be a problem if the space "Available" wasn't coming from the zfs list command. Which is reflecting a 'true' amount available (not the amount of drives -N for parity).

Suggestion is to properly fix the 'used space' listing in datasets to reflect actual data on the drive not including any metadata/parity info.

History

Updated by Ryan W over 4 years ago

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Updated by Ryan W over 4 years ago

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Attached is an output from zfs list and zpool list compared to GUI.

Updated by Ryan W over 4 years ago

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Ryan W wrote:

Attached is an output from zfs list and zpool list compared to GUI.

Updated by Ryan W over 4 years ago

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Updated by Stas Kridzanovskiy over 3 years ago

The bug was created.

Updated by Stas Kridzanovskiy over 3 years ago

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Updated by Stas Kridzanovskiy over 3 years ago

https://hg.nexenta.com/issues/3173

Updated by Ryan W over 2 years ago

Stas Kridzanovskiy wrote:

https://hg.nexenta.com/issues/3173

Any more on this? It still exists in 3.1.1

Updated by Ryan W over 2 years ago

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