[Kernel-packages] [Bug 320638] Re: hot-add/remove in mixed (IDE/SATA/USB/SD-card/...) RAIDs with device mapper on top => data corruption (bio too big device md0 (248 > 240))

2018-01-07 Thread Kevin Lyda
This still isn't fixed as best I can follow. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Kernel Packages, which is subscribed to linux in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/320638 Title: hot-add/remove in mixed (IDE/SATA/USB/SD-card/...) RAIDs with device mapper

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 320638] Re: hot-add/remove in mixed (IDE/SATA/USB/SD-card/...) RAIDs with device mapper on top => data corruption (bio too big device md0 (248 > 240))

2016-01-20 Thread Bug Watch Updater
** Changed in: linux Status: Confirmed => Fix Released -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Kernel Packages, which is subscribed to linux in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/320638 Title: hot-add/remove in mixed (IDE/SATA/USB/SD-card/...) RAIDs with

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 320638] Re: hot-add/remove in mixed (IDE/SATA/USB/SD-card/...) RAIDs with device mapper on top = data corruption (bio too big device md0 (248 240))

2015-02-06 Thread xor
@Phillip Susi / comment #23: Did you actually read what I wrote? :) I was *NOT* advocating backup by having multiple RAID disks constantly connected to the array and in sync. It is completely obvious to me that a hot running copy of data is NOT a backup. I was advocating the following

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 320638] Re: hot-add/remove in mixed (IDE/SATA/USB/SD-card/...) RAIDs with device mapper on top = data corruption (bio too big device md0 (248 240))

2015-02-05 Thread Phillip Susi
RAID is *not* a backup solution. If you delete or overwrite a file, then it's done on both disks, so you can't recover. If you want a rapid and coherent backup, use LVM and take a snapshot and back that up. Also note that this commentary really isn't helping to fix the bug. -- You received

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 320638] Re: hot-add/remove in mixed (IDE/SATA/USB/SD-card/...) RAIDs with device mapper on top = data corruption (bio too big device md0 (248 240))

2015-02-04 Thread xor
What you people are forgetting is that RAID1 is in fact the PERFECT backup solution: It takes a low level copy of the whole system while the system is *running*, and as opposed to cp/rsync, the copy is *coherent*: Programmers do NOT design software to be robust against their files being

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 320638] Re: hot-add/remove in mixed (IDE/SATA/USB/SD-card/...) RAIDs with device mapper on top = data corruption (bio too big device md0 (248 240))

2015-02-04 Thread xor
Also, keep on mind that the most commonly used personal computers nowadays don't even *support* adding multiple disks of the same type: Laptops. They only have one HD slot, so I *must* use USB to attach the second. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Kernel

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 320638] Re: hot-add/remove in mixed (IDE/SATA/USB/SD-card/...) RAIDs with device mapper on top = data corruption (bio too big device md0 (248 240))

2014-09-04 Thread Bug Watch Updater
** Changed in: linux Status: Fix Released = Confirmed -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Kernel Packages, which is subscribed to linux in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/320638 Title: hot-add/remove in mixed (IDE/SATA/USB/SD-card/...) RAIDs with

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 320638] Re: hot-add/remove in mixed (IDE/SATA/USB/SD-card/...) RAIDs with device mapper on top = data corruption (bio too big device md0 (248 240))

2014-05-02 Thread Frank Ch. Eigler
The resolution of fix released is incorrect: the kernel bug is still present. The debian bug was closed due to age rather due to being fixed. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Kernel Packages, which is subscribed to linux in Ubuntu.