Missing ZFS partitions after reboot

FlorinMarian

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Hello!
I created a new ZFS RAID1 pool using two drives, after which I migrated some disks of some KVM machines and restarted the node.
Although all the VMs were stopped, the server did not close, as I had run the command and forced it to stop (nothing happens in the console, there was only a small "_" in the upper left corner of the screen).
When booting, I found that the two SSDs no longer contained any partitions and implicitly the pool appeared as non-existent.
Is there anything else that can be done if that forced shutdown led to permanent data loss?
 
Is there anything else that can be done if that forced shutdown led to permanent data loss?
Depends on what exactly happened, but if both disks died at the same time, the "hang" could be explained. What is present on the disks? Could you please post the output of fdisk -l /dev/sdX.
 
Depends on what exactly happened, but if both disks died at the same time, the "hang" could be explained. What is present on the disks? Could you please post the output of fdisk -l /dev/sdX.
`fdisk -l` shown no partitions.
 

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