Subject: Re: RAIDframe questions
To: Geert Hendrickx <email@example.com>
From: Chris Ross <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/20/2007 18:50:18
On Sep 20, 2007, at 03:11, Geert Hendrickx wrote:
> I usually test it with something like:
> file -s /dev/wd0b -> "data" (or whatever)
> file -s /dev/wd1b -> "data"
> cat /bin/ls > /dev/raid0b
> file -s /dev/wd0b -> "executable blabla"
> file -s /dev/wd1b -> "executable blabla"
> If that works and wd0b/wd1b are smaller or equal in size than raid0b,
> you're set.
Yeah, but that only works if they start on the same sector.
According to the information in chapter 15 of the netbsd guide,
sparc64 wants the swap partition on the "real" disk to be aligned to
a cylinder boundary, which in this case moves the start of it as well
as reducing the length.
But, thanks for that thought. I could try something else to look
further into the b partitions I suppose...