Subject: Problems setting up RAIDframe
To: None <>
From: McLean Pickett <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 12/08/2004 11:06:21
Hello -

I am a new NetBSD user trying to setup a software raid using RAIDframe =
with the GENERIC kernel.

I am using the process as defined in the guide on the website =
on 1.6.2.

I am using two ide disks (wd0 and wd1) and have been able to follow the =
instructions up to the point where I need to create the new filesystem =
on the raid0 device. However when I run the newfs -O 1 /dev/raid0a it =
comes back and states that newts cannot open /dev/r1d for reading. What =
does /dev/r1d represent?