Wojciech Puchar wrote:

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?

no. it means for example with -s 65536 and 1MB request - it will split this request on 2 disks

So there is no difference between "split" and "round-robin" algorithms then?

Carl                                             / K0802647
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