Subject: Re: raidframe parity always dirty after reboot
To: None <>
From: Daniel Cox <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 04/28/2003 10:01:51
note: this has all been discussed on this list about 2 weeks ago

swap will not be in use by the time it gets to the point of being =

halt and reboot are commands used by shutdown. You should use
# shutdown -h now
# shutdown -r now

running shutdown gives the opportunity for some processes to be shutdown =

>>> Matthias Buelow <> 04/28/03 09:53 AM >>>
Andrew Gillham writes:

>You can add 'swapoff=3DYES' to /etc/rc.conf and the swap partition will
>be unconfigured when you run shutdown.  The raid volume should be clean
>after that.

That seems to have done the trick, yes... what happens if swap is
in use?  Will it refuse to delete the swap device?  Are there any
plans to do this automatically so that halt/reboot will also work?

Matthias Buelow
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