Subject: Re: RAIDFRAME questions
To: Greg Oster , Brook Milligan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Markus Kilbinger <email@example.com>
Date: 01/05/2000 01:19:54
Thanks for all responses which solved my problem!
My main problem was using the raid raw partition '/dev/raid0d' (i386)
for mounting: That disabled the raidctl control access.
Second, I was not aware of the fact that running 'raidctl -i ...'
doesn't destroy the data on an already built raid and is the solution
for my crash damaged raid1 (though it was mentioned in the raidctl man
Greg> [Thanks for waiting until I was back from holidays before
Greg> asking your question ;) ]
Yep, sometimes murphies law helps... ;-)
Greg> In -current as of today, you can do that by simply running
Greg> raidctl in the background (as someone else suggested). I've
Greg> got changes waiting to go in (perhaps tonight) that will
Greg> have the check done in the background by default... (there
Greg> are some new raidctl options and what-not too...) In any
Greg> case, it's all coming *very* soon to a -current machine near
Greg> you :)
Great! Will this go into NetBSD 1.4.2, too?