Ok,
It is a compaq smartarray 221 with 4 scsi disks, 9gb each.
1) RAID 1st logical volume 1 of 9gb
2 disks, are mounted as 1 logical (idad0) volume as "raid 1"

2) LOGICAL VOLUME 2 of 18gb
2 disks, are mounted as 1 logical (idad1) volume 

Here is my fstab:
# Device      Mountpoint  FStype  Options  Dump    Pass#
/dev/idad1s1b none        swap    sw       0       0
/dev/idad0s1a /           ufs     rw       1       1
/dev/idad1s1e /tmp        ufs     rw       2       2
/dev/idad0s1e /usr        ufs     rw       2       2
/dev/idad0s1d /var        ufs     rw       2       2
/dev/idad1s1d /var/log    ufs     rw       2       2

Now I wanted to add: 
1) 2GB as ufs to idad1s1f mounted as /home/httdp/vhost/xyz

If possible I would also like to add: 
2)9gb as ufs to idad1s1g mounted as /home/ftpd

But unfortunately I get:
ERROR: Unable to write data to disk idad1

Output of disklabel:
Part      Mount          Size Newfs
----      -----          ---- -----
idad0s1a  <none>        250MB *    
idad0s1d  <none>       1024MB *
idad0s1e  <none>       7399MB *
idad1s1b  swap         2048MB SWAP
idad1s1d  <none>       2048MB *
idad1s1e  <none>       2048MB *

Output of mount:
/dev/idad0s1a on / (ufs, local)
devfs on /dev (devfs, local)
/dev/idad1s1e on /tmp (ufs, local, soft-updates)
/dev/idad0s1e on /usr (ufs, local, soft-updates)
/dev/idad0s1d on /var (ufs, local, soft-updates)
/dev/idad1s1d on /var/log (ufs, local, soft-updates)


-----Original Message-----
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Jorn Argelo
Sent: vendredi 16 janvier 2004 10:44
To: Didier Wiroth
Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: Tr: ERROR: Unable to write data to disk idad1

> (Sorry to insist, I'm still blocked with this "unable to write data to 
> disk" dislaber editor problem. I really need to solve it urgently 
> because I need new hd space.

How about providing us with some more information? I would love to have a
crystall ball and see into other people's mind, but alas, I still don't have
it. So, in other words, what is your configuration? What type of drive are
you using? (specs) Is it a RAID setup? If so, what kind of RAID?
What is the configuration of your /etc/fstab? What kind of filesystem are
you using? What is the interface it's attached to? Unless you provide people
with decent information the chance is high that they aren't going to help
you out.

> Is it possible that this problem occurs because the swap partition is 
> also idad1s1?

No that shouldn't be the thing, since it's fairly logical to have a swap
partition on the same disk.

> Perhaps you have some ideas I can try?

Cheers,

Jorn


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