Subject: Re: raidframe parity always dirty after reboot
To: None <>
From: Art Lemasters <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 04/26/2003 23:23:53
    I don't know anything about RAIDs, yet, but do they
use /etc/fstab or anything like it?

man fstab
reveals information about the order of file system
checks (fsck) shown in the "sixth field."  I would
guess that root needs to be checked first in any
system.  File systems should be checked before being


Matthias Buelow wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I have NetBSD 1.6.1 on a PC with several raidframe RAIDs
> configured.  One RAID is mirroring two disks, is auto-
> configuring and contains the root filesystem.  This RAID
> always comes up dirty after a reboot.  All other RAIDs
> (I have another 4 disks in an 1+0 RAID) seem to be clean.
> Is this normal or is it a bug?  Could it be because the
> root fs or swap is on that RAID?  Are there any ill effects
> to that?