gvinum remains broken in 5.3-RELEASE?
Greg 'groggy' Lehey
grog at FreeBSD.org
Mon Nov 8 14:32:51 PST 2004
On Monday, 8 November 2004 at 22:24:18 +1100, Andy Farkas wrote:
>> Hmmm, probably a NULL pointer some where. I suggest it will be easier for
>> now if you wipe out the config on the old disks with a 'dd if=/dev/zero
> Will I lose my data?
> I need more confidence.
> The situation ATM is that my 'classic' vinum volume, named holden.p0,
> has lost a physical disk from the raid5 config. I am trying to rebuild
> it with a new disk. The data is ok in degraded mode.
> When I try and use 'classic' vinum to add the new disk, I get this:
> Nov 8 12:00:01 <kern.crit> hummer kernel: vinum: incompatible sector sizes. holden.p0.s1 has 0 bytes, holden.p0 has 512 bytes. Ignored.
Hmm. Have you done the steps described at
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