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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