Two questions about gconcat
R. B. Riddick
arne_woerner at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 27 17:21:56 UTC 2007
--- Christophe Branchereau <chris.branch at gmx.de> wrote:
> First question is, the system is very slow to start. From what I can see
> on the console, it first stops for a while after an "2nd cpu launched !"
> message (I know, that doesn't belong to this list) and it halts again
> for a while launching gconcat, the floppy drive making weird noises.
> Hmmm, I didn't concat my floppy drive... any thoughts ?
I built a customized kernel without floppy disk driver, so that the floppy disk
drive is not checked by GEOM for any meta data...
> Second question is, if one of the two disks fails, will I be able to
> retreive what is on the other disk ? I mean, is there still a "normal"
> UFS system on it that I will be able to mount or would be everything
> lost ? I would then rather mount the second disk in /usr/home/compaq or
Most likely not, because UFS likes to spread big files over its whole area, so
that at least party of ur big files will be gone...
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