Subject: Re: Terrible tar performance on RAID 0 filesystem
To: Greg Oster <>
From: Jared D. McNeill <>
List: current-users
Date: 03/12/2001 20:39:03
On Mon, 12 Mar 2001, Greg Oster wrote:
> Sure... we can go through the details off-line, but basically just:
>  1) archive the stuff you want to keep
>  2) build a new disklabel w/ larger values for sectors/track and tracks/cylinder.
>     The ones I suggested before might work reasonably well.
>  3) apply that disklabel to raid0
>  4) newfs /dev/rraid0e
>  5) copy the data back on...

Done, but this time I used LFS instead of FFS.. everything's working great
now, thanks! :-)

Btw, I think the disklabel got mangled because I was using the 'd'
partition, and the offset was set to 0 instead of 63. Just a thought..