Diff for /wikisrc/guide/raidframe.mdwn between versions 1.11 and 1.12

version 1.11, 2013/04/23 22:59:14 version 1.12, 2013/04/29 16:45:04
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     a: start cyl =      0, size = 19541088 (19386/0/0 - 9541.55Mb)      a: start cyl =      0, size = 19541088 (19386/0/0 - 9541.55Mb)
     c: start cyl =      0, size = 19541088 (19386/0/0 - 9541.55Mb)      c: start cyl =      0, size = 19541088 (19386/0/0 - 9541.55Mb)
   
 *Note*: On i386, the `c:` and `d:` slices are reserved. `c:` represents the  *Note*: On i386, the `c:` and `d:` slices are reserved. `c:` represents the 
 NetBSD portion of the disk. `d:` represents the entire disk. Because we want to  NetBSD portion of the disk. `d:` represents the entire disk. Because we want to 
 allocate the entire NetBSD MBR partition to RAID, and because `a:` resides  allocate the entire NetBSD MBR partition to RAID, and because `a:` resides 
 within the bounds of `c:`, the `a:` and `c:` slices have same size and offset  within the bounds of `c:`, the `a:` and `c:` slices have same size and offset 
 values and sizes. The offset must start at a track boundary (an increment of  values. The offset must start at a track boundary (an increment of sectors 
 sectors matching the sectors/track value in the disk label). On sparc64 however,  matching the sectors/track value in the disk label). On sparc64 however, `c:` 
 `c:` represents the entire NetBSD partition in the Sun disk label and `d:` is  represents the entire NetBSD partition in the Sun disk label and `d:` is not 
 not reserved. Also note that sparc64's `c:` and `a:` require no offset from the  reserved. Also note that sparc64's `c:` and `a:` require no offset from the 
 beginning of the disk, however if they should need to be, the offset must start  beginning of the disk, however if they should need to be, the offset must start 
 at a cylinder boundary (an increment of sectors matching the sectors/cylinder  at a cylinder boundary (an increment of sectors matching the sectors/cylinder 
 value).  value).
   
 ### Initializing the RAID Device  ### Initializing the RAID Device

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