Subject: Re: lockup using 1.6.1, cgd(4), raid(4)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Jorgen Lundman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/04/2003 10:11:14
I can't help you directly. Just add on to your comments. I recently tried to cgd
a ccd device with little success. Sometime it would work for a little (pretend),
most of the time just complain about superblock even right after newfs, and
quite regularly just lock the machine up.
It is quite straight forward to reproduce.
> Sorry to reply to myself.
> Today I built a filesystem on raid0 without using cgd0. After filling about
> 5GB the system hung in the same way as described earlier. It's apparently not
> cgd's fault. I'm kinda lost since I read that people were using RAIDframe in
> busier setups successfully.
> Before using RAID the box had uptimes of upto 90 days until I deliberately
> brought it down. The only issues I had were related to NetBSD not recognizing
> the disks when they were sole masters on their channels. Now I'm using 2
> disks on one channel each in a normal master/slave config. They run UDMA100 just
> fine and I never had any transfer errors/dma downgrades since.
> Any thoughts welcome *sigh*
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