ZFS get process I/O information


 
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ZFS get process I/O information

Hi Guys

Is it possible to display which process generates the most i/o on my zpool?

With
PHP Code:
# zpool iostst 3 
and
PHP Code:
iostat 
i just see the general i/o but not the i/o on the process level.

thx in advance,
Fry
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