|From:||"Simon 'corecode' Schubert" <corecode@xxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Sun, 09 Jul 2006 21:43:32 +0200|
:I suspect that vinum drains lots of blks and makes other parts of the sys= :tem to flush out buffer sooner or something like that. is that possible?= : :cheers : simon
All things are possible. vinum is probably doing the I/O's for each disk in parallel. What I like about this bug is that you seem to be able to reproduce it in fairly short order.
Could you post your vinum config and the vinum commands you are using to init it ?
drive v0 device /dev/ad4s1l drive v1 device /dev/ad4s1m drive v2 device /dev/ad4s1n drive v3 device /dev/ad4s1o
volume test1 plex org striped 256s sd drive v0 len 3g sd drive v1 len 3g plex org striped 256s sd drive v2 len 3g sd drive v3 len 3g
volume test2 plex org concat sd drive v0 len 3g sd drive v1 len 3g
volume test3 plex org raid5 256s sd drive v0 len 3g sd drive v1 len 3g sd drive v2 len 3g sd drive v3 len 3g
vinum commands: create vinum.conf init test3.p0 start test1.p1
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