ZPOOL: Verify/change properties of a zpool

ZPOOL: Verify/change properties of a zpool

# Tested on RHEL 6 & 7


# Check the properties of the zpool

zpool get all $ZPOOL
   my_pool  size           19.9G       -
   my_pool  capacity       0%          -
   my_pool  altroot        -           default
   my_pool  health         ONLINE      -
   my_pool  guid           8636061670390873201  default
   my_pool  version        28          default
   my_pool  bootfs         -           default
   my_pool  delegation     on          default
   my_pool  autoreplace    off         default
   my_pool  cachefile      -           default
   my_pool  failmode       wait        default
   my_pool  listsnapshots  off         default
   my_pool  autoexpand     off         default
   my_pool  dedupditto     0           default
   my_pool  dedupratio     1.00x       -
   my_pool  free           19.9G       -
   my_pool  allocated      105K        -
   my_pool  readonly       off         -
   my_pool  ashift         0           default

# Get one the properties

zpool get autoexpand $ZPOOL
   my_pool  autoexpand  off     default

# Change one of the properties (in this case, we enable the automatic pool expansion when a
# larger disk replaces a smaller disk, so the whole size of the new disk will be used
# instead of limiting the pool to the original size).

zpool set autoexpand=on $ZPOOL
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