I run 7.1-PRERELEASE, its a home server.
today morning after a power failure, the rebuild my root gm0 failed on disk ad4.
The messages were:
May 18 08:02:02 panix kernel: ad4: WARNING - WRITE_DMA UDMA ICRC error
(retrying request) LBA=268091264
May 18 08:02:08 panix kernel: drm0: <Intel i865G GMCH> on vgapci0
May 18 08:02:08 panix kernel: info: [drm] AGP at 0xf0000000 128MB
May 18 08:02:08 panix kernel: info: [drm] Initialized i915 1.5.0 20060119
May 18 08:02:08 panix kernel: drm0: [ITHREAD]
May 18 08:02:08 panix kernel: ad4: FAILURE - device detached
May 18 08:02:08 panix kernel: subdisk4: detached
May 18 08:02:08 panix kernel: ad4: detached
May 18 08:02:08 panix kernel: GEOM_MIRROR: Device gm0: provider ad4
May 18 08:02:08 panix kernel: GEOM_MIRROR: Device gm0: rebuilding provider ad4
I read http://www.eztiger.org/2008/08/removing-and-re-adding-a-disk-in-gmirror/
hoping that the rebuld failure was temprary
and so i tried to just run
# gmirror forget gm0
# gmirror insert gm0 ad4
But the system responded (if i remember correctly)
Unknown provider ad4.
The system no longer could see ad4 being online.
So i rebooted the system many times and had these results:
-When having put offline ad4 (disconnected by hardware), the system booted ok.
-When having both disks online the system responded consistently
"GEOM_MIRROR: Cannot add disk ad6 to gm0 (error=22)."
Which IMO is not very ok, since gm0 should add ad6 without problem,
no matter if ad4 is online or not.
-When having only ad4 online, then it simply cannot find gm0 at all. (kind of
So my only option is to have only ad6 online, with a current gmirror status:
panix# gmirror status
Name Status Components
mirror/gm0 COMPLETE ad6
Anyone has an idea of how should i proceed (besides buying a UPS unit!)
Is it meaningfull to go for a new Disk to replace current ad4?
Why is the presence of the supposed bad disk ad4, affecting gm0,
when having already told gm0 to forget about ad4?
Thanx for any suggestions.
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