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raidctl -P all in /etc/rc
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: raidctl -P all in /etc/rc
- From: engineer_(_at_)_hlebprom_(_dot_)_ru
- Date: Thu, 7 Jul 2005 15:02:52 +0600
- Reply-to: engineer_(_at_)_hlebprom_(_dot_)_ru
Since "raidctl -P all" in /etc/rc parity is verified/reconstructed
_before_ system runs. This lead to bad effect for me, while I have
"root on RAID", as described in http://www.nomoa.com/bsd/raid_ide.htm
- when machine has lost power, before mounting there are parity
checks. This is so long with my more that 150G on RAID.
I want ask, what will occur if not do "raidctl -P all" in /etc/rc,
but set it in /etc/rc.local, after daemons started?
What can fsck with such "uncleaned/unreconstructed" RAID?
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