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SubjectRe: What is 2.4.0-test10: md1 has overlapping physical units with md2!
On Sun, Nov 19, 2000 at 03:39:43AM -0800, George Garvey wrote:
> Is this something to be concerned about? It sounds like a disaster waiting
> to happen from the message. This is on 2 systems (with similar disk setups
> [same other than size]).

> Nov 18 16:31:02 mwg kernel: md: serializing resync, md1 has overlapping physical units with md2!

Nope, nothing to worry about -- it's just a bad choice of wording ;)

What it means is that some partititions in md1 and md2 are on the same disk,
and that the md-code will not do the reconstruction of these arrays in
parallel [of course, for performance reasons].

Regards,
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Jasper Spaans <jasper@spaans.ds9a.nl>
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