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Re: RAID volume corruption problem

On Monday, July 24, 2000, Jeff Schmidt prevaricated:
> Having a very odd problem - my raid volume always seems to have a corrupt
> primary superblock.  I recalculate parity, check that it's OK, fsck to
> correct errors, and yet another fsck immediately will return the same
> errors.  Nothing odd whilst setting-up raid; newfs didn't return any errors
> and the fs is mountable/usable.  What follows are my labels, raid config,
> and the errors I'm seeing.  Any help appreciated.  Thanks!

/dev/sd1d and frinds start at the beginning of the disk.  The raid(4)
manpage says they should start at least one cylinder in from the
beginning.  This may be your problem.

Pat Ekman

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