I am attempting to replaced a degraded USB drive in my TrueNAS boot pool.
I removed the degraded device (both within the GUI and physically from the server itself).
Now I am attempting to attach a new device to restore the mirrored aspect of the boot pool.
I am receiving this error message:
Error: [EFAULT] [EFAULT] Command gpart create -s gpt /dev/da1 failed (code 1): gpart: geom 'da1': File exists
From what I can tell - it is telling me a file exists. I formatted this entire disk on my laptop before attaching it to the TrueNAS server. I did format on a Linux (PopOS) laptop. After recieving this error message, I went over to Storage → Disks within the TrueNAS webUI and selected this new USB drive and clicked wipe (quick method) and it provides me with the same error message again.
Error: [EFAULT] Command gpart create -s gpt /dev/da1 failed (code 1): gpart: geom 'da1': File exists
Anyone have any advice on this one? TIA.