Problem compiling graid5

Arne Wörner arne_woerner at
Mon Nov 12 13:53:41 PST 2007

--- Henrik Bergkvist <henrik at> wrote:
> Now it works. But I have to specify -y otherwise it does nothing.
Without -y it does the following: It destroys the device and then GEOM asks
graid5 if it could use those disks, that have been changed lately (by graid5
when it marked the device clean)... *giggle*
With -y it changes the order of some events... I took that trick from

> Btw. how do I start a stopped device again except unload/load?
U could (I am just guessing) open each disk that belongs to the graid5 device
for writing (but dont write anything)...
Maybe this would do the trick:
dd if=/dev/blah count=0 of=/dev/blah


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