Promise 378 and ATA Raid
mauelshagen at redhat.com
Thu Jul 7 13:43:29 UTC 2005
As Molle mentioned: please try 1.0.0.rc8 which should help your case.
On Thu, Jul 07, 2005 at 08:07:45AM +0200, Nicolas DELY wrote:
> Molle Bestefich a écrit :
> > Gentoo is ridden with old versions of the various software you can emerge.
> > When you report problems you should always tell what version of the
> > software you are using.
> I'm sorry :-(
> > Please post "dmraid --version" and "dmsetup version". If your dmraid
> > is not -rc8, upgrade that. If you're upgrading dmraid, there's a good
> > chance that you also need to upgrade the various dm stuff.
> $ dmraid --version
> dmraid version: 1.0.0.rc6 (2005.02.28) static
> dmraid library version: 1.0.0.rc6 (2005.02.28)
> device-mapper version: unknown
> # dmsetup version
> Library version: 1.01.00-ioctl (2005-01-17)
> Driver version: 4.4.0
> >>When I've run:
> >>$ dmraid -ay
> >>I get a new device:
> >>but 80GB only are available, then I create a partition with whole space
> > Sounds like one of the bugs that Heinz has fixed in the last couple of months.
> ok I'm going to try latest version
> >>=> $ cfdisk /dev/sd[a|b] shows only one 80GB partition and 80GB free
> >>space on both disks.
> > Assuming that you've raided your disks in a RAID 1?
> > You just said that you created an 80 GB partition - what did you expect?
> I would like to use each max disk capacity ie 160Go (but only 80GB
> appears in /dev/mapper/pdc_gjbjdagge). One or two partitions with lvm2.
> >>Losing some ticks... checking if CPU frequency changed.
> > Odd. Very un-informative of the kernel not to tell whether it found
> > problems or not.
> maybe wrong dma options.
> Thank you for help
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