[moved to -questions; this isn't a file system issue]

On Thursday, 28 August 2003 at 11:52:44 +0800, Francis A. Vidal wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm configuring a RAID-5 filesystem on a Pentium III 1Ghz machine (FreeBSD
> 4.9-PRERELEASE). The disks are "dangerously dedidcated." I created the
> filesystem using this:
>
> hostname# vinum create -v -f /etc/vinum.conf
>    1: drive d1 device /dev/ad2s1e
>    2: drive d2 device /dev/ad4s1e
>    3: drive d3 device /dev/ad6s1e
>    4: drive d4 device /dev/ad8s1e
>    5: drive d5 device /dev/ad10s1e

Then the disks are not "dangerously dedicated".  But that doesn't make
any difference here.

> Drive d1:       Device /dev/ad2s1e
>                 Created on hostname.dagupan.com at Thu Aug 28 11:38:56 2003
>                 Config last updated Thu Aug 28 11:38:56 2003
>                 Size:      81964302336 bytes (78167 MB)
>                 Used:      81964175872 bytes (78167 MB)
>                 Available:      126464 bytes (0 MB)
>
> 5 subdisks:
> Subdisk raid5.p0.s0:
>                 Size:      81964040192 bytes (78167 MB)
>
> Inspecting the output of the create command, I noticed that the reported
> available space on each drive is 0 MB!

What did you expect?  You've used up all the space.

Greg
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