Subject: Re: Upgrading a RAIDframe system with sysinst?
To: Steven M. Bellovin <email@example.com>
From: Greg Troxel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/25/2006 07:42:29
You could instead the scripts that are part of etcmanage:
cvs -d acert.ir.bbn.com:/cvs/etcmanage co etcmanage
They will do in-place upgrades when run under the to-be-upgraded
system, but don't yet write boot books. They are a little
under-documented, but pretty well commented.
Hmm -- I do have /etc/raid?.conf files, but I see at about that point
in the boot process
raid0: RAID Level 1
raid0: Components: /dev/wd0a /dev/wd1a
raid0: Total Sectors: 829440 (405 MB)
raid1: RAID Level 1
raid1: Components: /dev/wd0e /dev/wd1e
raid1: Total Sectors: 115647232 (56468 MB)
boot device: raid0
root on raid0a dumps on raid0b
root file system type: ffs
raid0: Device already configured!
raid1: Device already configured!
which suggests that they are auto-configured.
It does look that way, so after you set the raid sets to autoconfigure
you should have moved those config files aside.
'raidctl -s raid0 will' show you if it's autoconfigured and also 'Root