Will v2.0 release keep the previous OS compatibility?

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Re: Will v2.0 release keep the previous OS compatibility?

Postby nodarkthings » Sat Apr 17, 2021 2:52 am

Just tested zfs-2.0.0rc2 on 10.9: only one of my pools imports and when I run the zpool import -a -f command, I've got a "Segmentation fault: 11" error.
zpool list only shows the one pool that imported correctly.
Note that I've got my usual "sandwich" of pools/hfs partitions on that drive and the only pool that shows up is the first one.
(the drive contains 2HFS+pool+2HFS+pool+HFS+pool, in that order)
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Re: Will v2.0 release keep the previous OS compatibility?

Postby Bingo » Fri May 07, 2021 3:14 am

I too can't import existing pools with this version. @lundman, is it much of a hassle to include the "MAVERICKS" build with the later release candidates in the "news & announcements" forum? Would be great to be able to test this out :) Otherwise, it's fine, I can wait :)
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Re: Will v2.0 release keep the previous OS compatibility?

Postby lundman » Mon May 10, 2021 11:32 pm

We are close to a release which fixes all the known issues, including import. So once the last item is done, I'll push out an rc to test
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Re: Will v2.0 release keep the previous OS compatibility?

Postby lundman » Sun May 16, 2021 6:18 pm

ok rc7. is out, what versions do we want? Hoping this version is "good enough" to become 2.0.1 for all macOS release
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Re: Will v2.0 release keep the previous OS compatibility?

Postby nodarkthings » Mon May 17, 2021 12:35 am

10.11 and 10.9 for me. :-)
Thanks!
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Re: Will v2.0 release keep the previous OS compatibility?

Postby Arne » Mon May 17, 2021 3:12 am

If rc7 is "good enough" (or a rc7.1) than I would like to use it on my amigo El Capitano.

Thanks for all your work Lundman and who ever made his/her fingers dirty to make ZFS flourish.
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Re: Will v2.0 release keep the previous OS compatibility?

Postby nodarkthings » Mon May 17, 2021 2:24 pm

Tried 10.11(rc7): works perfectly, no issue so far. I imported/exported a few times and ran the basic commands — note that I'm not using send/receive and no raid, so I can't tell.
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Re: Will v2.0 release keep the previous OS compatibility?

Postby nodarkthings » Tue May 18, 2021 1:52 am

Tried 10.9(rc7): unfortunately, it doesn't work at all:
zpool import -a -f gives "Segmentation fault: 11"
zpool list gives no pools available
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Re: Will v2.0 release keep the previous OS compatibility?

Postby lundman » Tue May 18, 2021 2:04 am

Aha, thanks - I did have some issues with it. Give me a bit to work on that
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Re: Will v2.0 release keep the previous OS compatibility?

Postby lundman » Tue May 18, 2021 7:13 pm

Hmm no issues here, can you double check that the commands you run, zpool and zfs, are the ones from /usr/local/zfs/bin and not the old /usr/sbin etc ?

bash-3.2# zpool version
zfs-2.0.0-rc7
zfs-kmod-macos-2.0.0rc7-0-g8918b58-dirty

bash-3.2# which zpool
/usr/local/zfs/bin/zpool
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