Subject: Re: raid-1 problem
To: Wojciech Puchar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greg Oster <email@example.com>
Date: 08/08/2001 10:13:40
Wojciech Puchar writes:
> > >
> > > raidctl -a /dev/sd0e raid0
> > > raidctl -F component1 raid0
> > >
> > > and it started copying to second disk. after everything done i rebooted O
> > > and... it started to recompute parity once again.
> > Which version of NetBSD?
> > > after it i rebooted again (cleanly!!) and again it recomputes parity afte
> > > start.
> > >
> > > what's wrong?!
> > I need to know what version of NetBSD before I can speculate... do you hav
> / on raid0a and swap on raid0b
So the problem is that swap doesn't get unconfigured, and thus raid0 never
gets shutdown cleanly. Some options are:
1) move the swap to it's own RAID set. It still won't get shutdown properly,
but will take less time to rebuild, and you won't have critical filesystems
on a non-redundant RAID set after a shutdown.
2) Put a line like:
# KEYWORD: shutdown
in /etc/rc.d/swap1 . That way when you do a shutdown, the system will
(hopefully) be able to unconfigure the swap, which should allow the RAID set
to unconfigure cleanly. (Hmm.. there might be something else needed here,
but it's been a while since I last thought about this problem..)