I did not create diskcheckd, I just ported it from src/ let me cc
some people that may know something more about it.
> Since then it was running fine for a few months. Then I did an Upgrade
> of Diskcheckd and FreeBSD on one of the machines. After that, Diskcheckd
> refused to check one of the 8 disks in the system.
> Aug 22 10:13:20 diskcheckd: seek failure on /dev/da1: Bad file
> I tried a lot to get it up and running again:
> - remade all devices in /dev
> - undo the diskcheckd upgrade (diskcheckd-20010823_3 -> diskcheckd-20010823)
> - checked the disk several times for errors
> - Google didn't help also
> The disk is fine.
> I gave up and forgot about it, until it happened to another machine.
> We got 2 more machines with exactly the same hardware and software setup.
> On one of the machines diskcheckd is working fine, on the other one it
> stopped checking the disk-array. Same Message:
> Aug 22 10:12:45 diskcheckd: seek failure on /dev/twed0: Bad file
> This time i even synced /dev and the binarys of both systems, it didn't
> help either.
> Is this a known problem? What can i do about it?
> Both Systems are running on FreeBSD 4.5-RELEASE.
David W. Chapman Jr.
[EMAIL PROTECTED] Raintree Network Services, Inc. <www.inethouston.net>
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