On Monday, 29 March 2004 at 18:38:20 +0200, Ludo Koren wrote:
>>> 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.
> It has 'historical' reason. I started with vinum, when it was not
> possible to mirror root partition (at least I found just document
> 'Bootstrapping Vinum: A Foundation for Reliable Servers' by R. A. Van
> Valzah in 2001 or 2002 on www.freebsd.org)

There has never been any reason to have more than one drive per
module.  You're confusing drives and subdisks.

>> What you do now depends on the state of the file system.
>> Hopefully you still have the original contents.  In this case,
> Yes, I have original contents. The volume size is 15GB just as
> before.

OK.  You've seen le's message.

>> 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.
> Thank you very much for your advice. I'll try it on weekend, because
> there is no possible downtime during the working days.

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