On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 11:04:37PM -0700, Carl wrote: > Carl wrote: >> I've built a GEOM mirror on a single slice of a single disk and am >> about to insert the second disk. Of the partitions in the mirror, I >> made only a few of them gjournal'd. I've seen it recommended that one >> disable autosynchronization for the mirror if using journaled >> filesystems. >> >> 1. Is that recommendation a must or a nice-to-have? What are the actual >> consequences of not taking that advice? >> >> 2. In a case like mine, the non-journaled partitions need >> autosychronization enabled to benefit from being mirrored, right? >> >> 3. Exactly how would I disable autosynchronization for the journaled >> partitions in the mirror, but not for the rest? > > Can no one help me with this question?
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