On Friday 31 July 2009 02:24:31 Grzegorz Danecki wrote: > Hello everybody! > > I'm just wondering, I had gmirror with two disks: > > Master: ad0 <ST3160815AS/4.AAB> Serial ATA II > Master: ad2 <ST3160815AS/4.AAB> Serial ATA II > > unfortunately ad0 failed today, leaving me with degraded array and ad0 > offline. > > I did > > # gmirror forget gm0, then shutdown, ad0 was replaced with: > > ad0: 152626MB <Seagate ST3160815AS 3.AAD> at ata0-master SATA300 > > with different firmware I think. > > Then gmirror insert gm0 /dev/ad0 > > (...) > Jul 31 09:55:46 julia kernel: GEOM_MIRROR: Device gm0: rebuilding provider > ad0 finished. > Jul 31 09:55:46 julia kernel: GEOM_MIRROR: Device gm0: provider ad0 > activated. > > But the disk is a little bit smaller: > > 1. Name: mirror/gm0 > Mediasize: 160040803328 (149G) ^^ > Sectorsize: 512 > Mode: r5w5e6 > Consumers: > 1. Name: ad2 > Mediasize: 160041885696 (149G) ^^ > Sectorsize: 512 > Mode: r1w1e1 > State: ACTIVE > Priority: 0 > Flags: DIRTY > GenID: 1 > SyncID: 1 > ID: 3791030614 > 2. Name: ad0 > Mediasize: 160040803840 (149G) ^^
> Sectorsize: 512 > Mode: r1w1e1 > State: ACTIVE > Priority: 0 > Flags: DIRTY > GenID: 1 > SyncID: 1 > ID: 2477089776 > > # gmirror status > Name Status Components > mirror/gm0 COMPLETE ad2 > ad0 > I mean - should I make the RAID once again with exactly the same drives, or > can I leave it as it is right now? The mirror rescaled to the size of the smallest provider and didn't report any problems during sync, so you should be fine. -- Mel _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"