#zfs

replacing drives is only part of the solution.
First you have to make sure that autoexpand is on

#zpool get autoexpand storage NAME PROPERTY VALUE SOURCE storage autoexpand off default

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Growing ZFS pool | Tomasz Korwel
e I decided to not only replace the failed 1.5TB drive but get two 4TB drives and upgrade whole vdev. Imagine my surprise that despite my memory telling me that it should grow on it’s own. It didn’t. Some searching later I found out that <span>replacing drives is only part of the solution. First you have to make sure that autoexpand is on #zpool get autoexpand storage NAME PROPERTY VALUE SOURCE storage autoexpand off default #zpool set autoexpand=on storage NAME PROPERTY VALUE SOURCE storage autoexpand on local That still didn’t do the trick, but I’ve noticed that now it was showing: #zpo