3TB ZFS drive won't remount
I've been using a WD 3TB USB drive for backing up data on my FreeBSD (8.1-release) web server at home. Drive is a single partition in ZFS, the only drive in the pool.
It was working fine this morning, I was copying data to it with no problem. I had a moment to think about it and remembered that while the server itself is on UPS power, the drive is not. So I used umount (should I have used zfs instead?) to unmount the drive, and then attempted to remount it using the zfs command after I reconnected everything.
web# zfs mount net-backup
If I do Ctrl-T I see something like:
load: 0.00 cmd: zfs 14117 [zio->io_cv)] 1492.71r 0.00u 0.00s 0% 1344k
System is a 2ghz P4 with 1gb ram. It's purpose in life is to serve pages for my home website (which has very little traffic) and to act as a gateway for me to access resources at work and other places (ssh traffic in that case). I know this is a very meager setup for zfs, and I just added the lines to /boot/loader.conf that were suggested in http://wiki.freebsd.org/ZFSTuningGuide
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