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  1. FreeNAS / TrueNAS
  2. NAS-107128

When creating pool, adding vdev, then removing it, leaves debris

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Done (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Low
    • Resolution: Complete
    • Affects Version/s: 11.3-U4.1
    • Fix Version/s: 11.3-U5
    • Component/s: WebUI
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        Description

        I have 4 unused disks I've just inserted in my FREENAS-CERTIFIED-2U-12

        - go to Storage > Pools

        - click Add

        - chose 'create new pool'

        - it detects the 4 available disks, yielding Image1.png

        - checkmark a pair of equal disks

        - click the right arrow to add them to the first vdev

        - click the "Add Data" button to add a secend vdev

        - checkmark the other pair of equal disks

        - click the right arrow to add them to the second vdev

        - so far so good, yielded Image2.png

        - now, click the X button of the first vdev

        (1)

        It now shows, in red, a strangely worded error message:

        "WARNING: Adding data vdevs with different numbers of disks is not recommended. First vdev has 0 disks, new vdev has 2."

        There is no "first vdev", I just deleted it!

        (2) The "Estimated total raw data capacity" still shows 4.54 TiB, which doesn't make sense after the removal of the first vdev.

        See Image3.png

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                Assignee:
                erin Erin Clark
                Reporter:
                seanm Sean McBride
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