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SubjectRe: Posting of the Linux RAID FAQ
On Fri, 14 Mar 2003, N Nair wrote:

> the time being? In other words can the user choose to wait and do the
> resync at what he thinks is a more appropriate time - in terms of
> resouce availability - ( at night, for instance ) if he is willing to
> take up the risk involved ? If yes, how can the kernel raid-recovery
> processes be stopped/controlled ?

You have /proc/sys/dev/raid/speed_limit_max and _min, where you can
specifiy upper and lower bounds for how fast the raid resyncs.

I imagine you could use cron or at to whack together something to arrange
higher speed resyncs during offhours.


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