Emails with "cannot open 'da8tan': no such pool"

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loresec

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I'm getting emails with the subject "Cron <root@freenas> PATH="/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/root/bin" /usr/local/libexec/nas/scrub -t 35 da8tan" and the body is as follows:

cannot open 'da8tan': no such pool
cannot open 'da8tan': no such pool
skipping scrubbing of pool 'da8tan':
can't get last scrubbing date

I'm not sure what this is. Any idea how I can resolve this? I've attached a screenshot of what I see in the GUI. The "vtank" volume is an NFS datastore shared from the ESXi 6.5 host that FreeNAS is virtualized on. It's a 128 GB SSD.
 

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wblock

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Did you have a pool (volume) named "da8tan"? Do scrub jobs still exist for it?

The name of the datastore for a virtual FreeNAS is not really relevant. What is defined in the FreeNAS VM?
 

loresec

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Did you have a pool (volume) named "da8tan"? Do scrub jobs still exist for it?

The name of the datastore for a virtual FreeNAS is not really relevant. What is defined in the FreeNAS VM?
No, that pool does not exist. As for whether a scrub job exists, I did "cat /etc/crontab" and indeed a job existed! I did "vi /etc/crontab" and deleted the line about scrubbing da8tan.

This should take care of it. Thank you very much!
 
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