Subject: Re: Why my life is sucking. Part 2.
To: Jarom r Dolecek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Herb Peyerl <email@example.com>
Date: 01/17/2001 13:43:26
Jarom r Dolecek <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Greg Oster wrote:
> > [Yes, I believe that RAIDframe is solid, and yes, I run it on my machines,
> > both at home and at work, and yes I would (and have) recommend it to others.]
> Well, it could also be a hw problem. IIRC Herb used one whole disk
> as a component, so a problem with the disk might cause such horrific
> results. How hard it would be to replace the failed component/disk
> with some other ?
I used two disks. Each disk as a seperate component.
Fwiw, I'm considering the possibility that my filesystem problems of
this morning might be power-supply related. I've never seen random
data corruption on NetBSD before and I see no reason why it should
start all of a sudden.
I don't honestly think that the raid partition was at fault here. My
reason for considering not using raid are due to the almost 2 hour
fsck/parity rebuild that happened when I rebooted after the panic this
morning. That's not something I want to go through in the event that
my machine crashes. I want it up sooner. The system in question would
probably do just fine with a manual nightly mirror/rsync to protect
me in the event of failure.