Wojciech Puchar wrote:
> Andrew Falanga wrote:
Identical drive models so their sizes are the same. Is this the
command, from gmirror(8), the one I'll want to use?
Create a mirror on disk with valid data (note that the last sector of the
disk will be overwritten). Add another disk to this mirror, so it will
be synchronized with existing disk:
gmirror label -v -b round-robin data da0
add -s <very large value> like -s 1048576 to prevent splitting one request
on 2 disks.
I thought the -s option was only applicable when using "-b split" for
the balancing algorithm. Does "round-robin" not mean simply alternating
between the two disks without ever splitting requests?
What are the considerations in choosing between "load", "prefer",
"round-robin", and "split" balance algorithms?
Carl / K0802647
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