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Re: kernel panic w/ ccd on 3.0
On Mon, 2002-03-11 at 12:46, Klaus Botschen wrote:
> > ccd drops a brand new box into ddb upon execution of ccdconfig -C.
> here's what Todd answered to me some days ago:
> >Also note that the size of each partition in the ccd *must* be a
> >multiple of the interleave. Neither wd0i not wd1a currently follows
> >this which will cause you all kinds of problems later on.
I saw that post before configuring/partitioning the disks :)
> What does disklabel say?
I had to go back home to fetch the exact output of disklabel. Otherwise,
I made sure that all my partition sizes are multiple of 16 (given 1M =
> BTW I had similar crashes; ccdconfig did it's job but then I wanted to put a
> file system on ccd0c... so, after re-configuring the partitions and when
> ccdconfig went fine, I had to do a fdisk -i ccd0, then created ccd0a with
"ccdconfig went fine, ..." is it a random stuff depending on weather
conditions ;) ? I mean, what conditions were there to let ccdconfig go
> the first cylinder left empty...
how do you leave that cylinder empty ? by choosing an offset ?
> And I had much better results with an interleave of 64.
ok noted. But I got to get past the ccdconfig step.
Saad -- [pgp keyid: 35592A6D http://pgp.mit.edu]
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