On Monday, 29 March 2004 at 9:37:39 +0200, Ludo Koren wrote: > > > on 5.2.1-RELEASE-p3, I did: > > ... > vinum create vinumgrow > > vinumgrow: > drive d3 device /dev/da2s1h > drive d4 device /dev/da3s1h > sd name mirror.p0.s1 drive d3 plex mirror.p0 size 0 > sd name mirror.p1.s1 drive d4 plex mirror.p1 size 0 > > after > > vinum -> start mirror.p0.s1 > > and > > vinum -> start mirror.p1.s1 > > I have > > vinum -> l > ... > D d1 State: up /dev/da1s1e A: 0/15452 MB (0%) > D rd1 State: up /dev/da1s1h A: 0/1023 MB (0%)
You shouldn't have more than one drive per spindle. > D d2 State: up /dev/da0s1f A: 0/15452 MB (0%) > D rd2 State: up /dev/da0s1h A: 0/1023 MB (0%) Ditto. > D d3 State: up /dev/da2s1h A: 0/70001 MB (0%) > D d4 State: up /dev/da3s1h A: 0/70001 MB (0%) > > 2 volumes: > V mirror State: up Plexes: 2 Size: 83 GB > > 4 plexes: > P mirror.p0 C State: up Subdisks: 2 Size: 83 GB > P mirror.p1 C State: up Subdisks: 2 Size: 83 GB > > 6 subdisks: > S mirror.p0.s0 State: up D: d1 Size: 15 GB > S mirror.p1.s0 State: up D: d2 Size: 15 GB > S mirror.p0.s1 State: up D: d3 Size: 68 GB > S mirror.p1.s1 State: up D: d4 Size: 68 GB > vinum -> > > which seems to be correct... > > Than I did > > growfs /dev/vinum/mirror You've missed out some information. May I assume that you had a valid file system on the 15 GB volume mirror before you started this? > It finished with the following error: > > growfs: bad inode number 1 to ginode > > I have searched the archives, but did not find any answer. Please, > could you point to me what I did wrong? You trusted growfs on 5.2.1 :-) growfs is suffering from lack of love, and presumably you had a UFS 2 file system on the drive. It's only recently been fixed for that, in 5-CURRENT. What you do now depends on the state of the file system. Hopefully you still have the original contents. In this case, you could get hold of the version from -CURRENT, which should compile with no problems, and try again. It wouldn't do any harm to take down one of the plexes so that you can recover if something goes wrong. Greg -- When replying to this message, please copy the original recipients. If you don't, I may ignore the reply or reply to the original recipients. For more information, see http://www.lemis.com/questions.html Note: I discard all HTML mail unseen. Finger [EMAIL PROTECTED] for PGP public key. See complete headers for address and phone numbers.
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