Subject: Re: configuring raid5 array with raidframe problem..
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Greg Oster <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/09/2004 08:49:42
andrej misovic writes:
> David Maxwell wrote:
> > It will help a lot if you show your raid configuration files, and the
> > series of commands you're running.
> I got installed system on wd0..
> 1. I crated netbsd partition on each disk..
> fdisk -u wd1,2,3
> (I select partition 0, for whole disk..it's start from 63 sect.)
> 2. I created slice on netbsd parttion
> disklabel -i wd1
> I choose slice a, fs type raid, size -until the end of patition
> disklabel wd1 > d.label
> disklabel -R -r wd2 d.label
> disklabel -R -r wd3 d.label
> 3. - raid configuration file.. raid0.conf
> START array
> 1 3 0
> START disks
> START layout
> 64 1 1 5
> START queue
> fifo 100
> then I initialized array with:
> raidctl -C /path/to/raid0.conf raid0
> --and after that..raidctl outputs error
> about hosed component, that in this case
> was /dev/wd2a, which was secundary master disk..
There will almost always be complaints about hosed components and
what-not when doing an initial configuration -- the "-C" option says
"ignore those errors and configure anyway".
> next initialization steps I didn't make,
> because I think, it was unnecessary to gone ahead..
If you continue on and do the "-I" step, I think you'll find things
are working just fine.