[tech] /home on morowng

Nick Bannon nick at ucc.gu.uwa.edu.au
Tue Nov 11 09:29:14 WST 2003

On Sun, Nov 09, 2003 at 11:07:33PM +0800, James Andrewartha wrote:
> Ok, /home on morwong is now 18gig, composed of two 9gig volumes, each of
> which is a RAID 1 LSM volume across two 9gig disks. It seems reasonably
> happy, except that one of the plexes (homemirror00-02 on home03 on dsk10)
> had an IOFAIL. I went to reattach the plex, but it seems that LSM
> automagically decided to reattach it itself (it hasn't completed yet, and
> I can't find out how to monitor the status - it's not showing in volprint
> -l homemirror00-02).
> Anyway, as part of the moving about, /home should also have been
> defragged, although I haven't actually verified this.


I can't be sure if the performance has actually improved, but it
certainly seems alright. The redundancy is a huge relief - I'm amazed
the anti-redundant disk concatenation hadn't bitten us before now.

We never got any SCA SBBs, did we?

How's the licensing? Has it all come from UCS? Where are they stored?
How's piggery and centuri ? "lmf list" looks interesting...


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