Please may I ask if you have any updated SOHO server recommendation for napp-it // webbased ZFS NAS/SAN appliance for OmniOS, OpenIndiana and Solaris : Manual? The X10SL7-F is "Discontinued SKU (EOL)."
May I recommend to also grep lines like the following for the alert:
action: Wait for the resilver to complete.
scan: resilver in progress since Mon Mar 19 20:23:26 2018
1.30T scanned out of 10.7T at 62.7M/s, 43h42m to go
263G resilvered, 12.17% done
(edited: added "action:" line above)
Pushover alerts are limited to 1024 characters (Pushover: API), but napp-it just sends the pools status as-is. If the degraded pool is not within the first 1024 characters, the alert does not contain anything meaningful.
I wonder if it's possible to filter out pools that are ONLINE.
I'm sorry, but dns-sd is quite strict about what command-line arguments it needs. Please see the source, Cross Reference: /illumos-gate/usr/src/cmd/cmd-inet/usr.bin/dns-sd/dns-sd.c.
The following is an example using normal arguments:
# dns-sd -R "hostname" _device-info._tcp. local 445...
dns-sd(1M) disagrees with your proposal. The documented syntax for registration is:
dns-sd [-R name type domain port [key=value ...]]
Additional attributes of the service may optionally be described by
key/value pairs, which are stored in the advertised service's DNS TXT...
I learned that napp-it only executes the Solaris 11 fix-up of IO/Tty upon a (new) login for the admin user. Sometimes, though, the About > Update page ends after showing "Restart napp-it services now" without showing any further at-job output and without having the browser refresh the page...
I have a fresh installation of Solaris 11.3 x86 and then napp-it via wget -O - https:// www.napp-it.org/nappit.
"Pools" is not working because of the following error:
Can't load '/var/web-gui/data/napp-it/CGI/auto/IO/Tty/Tty.so' for module IO::Tty: ld.so.1: perl: fatal: relocation...
One thing possibly to confirm—you tested afp:// access and directory and file creation in Finder using the same account as used by Time Machine? I.e., the same account/password as stored in Keychain Access for Kind "Time Machine Password" and for Name (e.g.,) "<hostname>._afpovertcp._tcp.local."?
The article "Joining SmartOS to an Active Directory domain", Joining SmartOS to an Active Directory domain - SmartOS Documentation - SmartOS Wiki, reads that "only the [Global Zone] can be joined to a domain." (I'm not sure if that might be out of date, seeing as you were seemingly able to join...
I recommend you also add the following to your [TimeMachine] configuration:
vol dbpath = /LRS/TimeMachine
That way, netatalk will store the .AppleDB metadata in the same path along with the Time Machine sparsebundles. You should then set up zfs-snapshot jobs on your /LRS/TimeMachine dataset...