On Thu, 10 Aug 2017, Jonathan A. Kollasch wrote:

> You're probably looking for dkctl(8)'s getcache and setcache.

Thanks!  That was it.  (too many XXXctl tools...)

Now to see if that makes a difference.  (There's still the possibility
of OEM-crippled firmware making it misbehave unless it gets the secret
handshake from the OEM's RAID controller.)

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