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Subjectwierd raid 1 problem
Hi all,

I have recently encounter a weird raid 1 problem on my system. Here is
my setup:

i have two ide harddisk on a promise ide control card (PDC20262)

and here is my /etc/raidtab file

raiddev /dev/md0
raid-level 1
chunk-size 64k
persistent-superblock 1

nr-raid-disks 2
device /dev/hdd1
raid-disk 0
device /dev/hdb1
raid-disk 1


the file system is XFS. everything works most of time except from time
to time, files seem to get corrupted. I test the integrity by running
rpm --checks *.rpm continuously to verify the signature of the file.

the corrupted files seem to 'recover' itself if i leave the machine
alone for a while or umount and mount back the filesystem.

does anyone have this type of temperory file corruption problem? I
tested it against 2.4.2x kernel including the last vanilla 2.4.22 + xfs
patches, they all seem to have the same problem

Thanks,

-Ying

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