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Re: RAIDframe component replacement
Hello. If the new disk has the same bus and target numbers, it will
reset as sd0 and you won't see a new disk, but a restored existing disk.
Of course, at this point, you'll have to re-partition and/or disklabel it,
before you do your raidctl -R /dev/sd0a raid0, but once you do those
steps, and the raid rebuild is complete, it will be as if you never
replaced the disk at all.
On Apr 8, 10:48am, =?iso-8859-1?Q?Edgar_Fu=DF?= wrote:
} Subject: Re: RAIDframe component replacement
} > then, after replacing the failed sd0 with the new sd0
} But with scsictl detach/scan, I suppose?
} I've done this several times with non-hotpluggable SCSI hardware where I =
} had to power off anyway. But with SCA, I'm unsure, whether, after =
} detaching sd0 (and sd1 still there), a newly scanned sd will become sd0 =
} or sd2?
} I.e., is an attached sd given the smallest unused device number or that =
} following the highest used one?=
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