Subject: Re: RAIDframe works fine, but I'm wondering...
To: None <>
From: Jorgen Lundman <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 07/25/2000 09:26:24
Greg Oster wrote:
> They won't fall over, but you'll be wasting space on the larger > disks...
> In this case, 5GB on the one disk, and 15GB on the other.. (It'll > work just
> fine, if you're content in wasting 20GB of space :) )  One thing you > could do
> here is to make 3 30GB partitions, and use those for 1 RAID set, and > then
> use the other 5+15GB for something else... (e.g. you could do a RAID > 1 set
> on 5GB, and then leave the other 10GB for 'temporary space' or > something.)

That's disgusting :)  Is there any real valid reason why it can't handle
disks of varying sizes in _raid0_ ? (not striped presumably) ?

Raid is so much easier to setup compared to ccd.


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