Subject: Re: Upgrading a RAIDframe system with sysinst?
To: None <netbsd-users@NetBSD.org>
From: Greg Oster <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/27/2006 09:38:23
Christoph Kaegi writes:
> On 27.11-14:26, Stephen Borrill wrote:
> > >>If all the RAIDframe volumes are autoconfigured (and not via
> > >>"/etc/raind<x>.conf") booting of the CD and using "sysinst" should
> > >>work fine.
> > >>
> > >
> > >When Booting a 3.0 install CD, I made the experience that only
> > >raid0 was detected (I had / on raid0, /usr on raid2, /var on raid3)
> > It's probably that /dev only contains the raid0 devices. You could try:
> > cd /dev
> > sh MAKEDEV raid1 raid2 raid3
> Hm, would this help the kernel recognize more raid devices when
> I thought the / fs isn't yet mounted when the kernel autoconfigures
> the raid devices.
You are correct. If raid2 and raid3 are "autoconfigure", then they
should have been picked up and configured automatically, regardless
of what's in /dev.