GEOM causes kernel panic
josh at oplink.net
Wed Oct 12 15:08:41 PDT 2005
I have 3 spindles, which have 3 partitions. (1 swap, 1 `/` backup, and the reset is for the raid).
drive d1 device /dev/ad4s1d
drive d2 device /dev/ad6s1e
drive d3 device /dev/ad8s1e
drive d4 device /dev/ad10s1e
plex org raid5 433k
sd length 512m drive d1
sd length 512m drive d2
sd length 512m drive d3
sd length 512m drive d4
D d1 State: up /dev/ad4s1d A: 0/232328 MB (0%)
D d2 State: up /dev/ad6s1e A: 0/232328 MB (0%)
D d3 State: up /dev/ad8s1e A: 0/232328 MB (0%)
D d4 State: up /dev/ad10s1e A: 0/232328 MB (0%)
V raid State: up Plexes: 1 Size: 680 GB
P raid.p0 R5 State: up Subdisks: 4 Size: 680 GB
S raid.p0.s0 State: up D: d1 Size: 226 GB
S raid.p0.s1 State: up D: d2 Size: 226 GB
S raid.p0.s2 State: up D: d3 Size: 226 GB
S raid.p0.s3 State: up D: d4 Size: 226 GB
>From this state, if I do anything like `gvinum start` it panics and reboots. If I am at console, I can see an errors, but unable to 'catch' all of it.
On Wed, 12 Oct 2005 23:21:06 +0200
Lukas Ertl <le at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Oct 2005, Joshua Bell wrote:
> > When ever I try to transfer large filesets to the raid after getting it
> > setup and mounted, the server panics and reboots. Once the server is
> > back online, the raid is set in `stale` and the kernel panics if I try
> > to start the raid up.
> I suppose you're talking about a geom_vinum RAID. How does your setup
> look like?
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