after upgrading to 13.0 with freebsd-update I get process zpool list -P that causes high cpu load. But I use ufs. When I use command manualy I get
>_zpool list -P
No such file or directory
This seems odd, as `zpool list -P` doesn't do anything different, without -v, there are no vdev paths printed.
Did you accidentally have an _ before the zpool command when you tried it manually?
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Screenshot: 13.0-RELEASE-p1 in VirtualBox
(In reply to inoti.bukiru from comment #0)
> No such file or directory
With a FreeBSD-provided image of 13.0-RELEASE, updated to 13.0-RELEASE-p1, I can not reproduce anything like this symptom.
(In reply to Allan Jude from comment #1)
yes, the process doesn't print -v and vdev paths. it's just loads CPU and doesn't do anything.
no, my bash has configured view the way I prefer, so _ is none of accidentally
(In reply to Graham Perrin from comment #2)
I have some FreeBSD installations and update them with freebsd-update. Only on two of them I see the problem, and I can't understand what causes it? After upgrading FreeBSD "thinks", that there is zpool configures but it is wrong
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