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.) -- |/"\ John D. Baker, KN5UKS NetBSD Darwin/MacOS X |\ / jdbaker[snail]mylinuxisp[flyspeck]com OpenBSD FreeBSD | X No HTML/proprietary data in email. BSD just sits there and works! |/ \ GPGkeyID: D703 4A7E 479F 63F8 D3F4 BD99 9572 8F23 E4AD 1645