Diff for /wikisrc/guide/raidframe.mdwn between versions 1.3 and 1.4

version 1.3, 2013/03/02 13:09:10 version 1.4, 2013/03/02 13:13:34
Line 164  the RAID and: Line 164  the RAID and:
    be able to quickly reconfigure the system to boot from the remaining     be able to quickly reconfigure the system to boot from the remaining
    component (platform dependent).     component (platform dependent).
   
 ![RAID-1 Disk Logical Layout](/guide/images/rf-raidL1-diskdia.png)  ![RAID-1 Disk Logical Layout](/guide/images/raidframe_raidL1-diskdia.png)
 **RAID-1 Disk Logical Layout**  **RAID-1 Disk Logical Layout**
   
 Because RAID-1 provides both redundancy and performance improvements, its most   Because RAID-1 provides both redundancy and performance improvements, its most 
Line 191  has become the de facto standard for set Line 191  has become the de facto standard for set
   
  1. Install a stock NetBSD onto Disk0 of your system.   1. Install a stock NetBSD onto Disk0 of your system.
   
     ![Perform generic install onto Disk0/wd0](/guide/images/rf-r1r-pp1.png)      ![Perform generic install onto Disk0/wd0](/guide/images/raidframe_r1r-pp1.png)
     **Perform generic install onto Disk0/wd0**      **Perform generic install onto Disk0/wd0**
   
  2. Use the installed system on Disk0/wd0 to setup a RAID Set composed of    2. Use the installed system on Disk0/wd0 to setup a RAID Set composed of 
     Disk1/wd1 only.      Disk1/wd1 only.
   
     ![Setup RAID Set](rf-r1r-pp2.png)      ![Setup RAID Set](raidframe_r1r-pp2.png)
     **Setup RAID Set**      **Setup RAID Set**
   
  3. Reboot the system off the Disk1/wd1 with the newly created RAID volume.   3. Reboot the system off the Disk1/wd1 with the newly created RAID volume.
   
     ![Reboot using Disk1/wd1 of RAID](/guide/images/rf-r1r-pp3.png)      ![Reboot using Disk1/wd1 of RAID](/guide/images/raidframe_r1r-pp3.png)
     **Reboot using Disk1/wd1 of RAID**      **Reboot using Disk1/wd1 of RAID**
   
  4. Add / re-sync Disk0/wd0 back into the RAID set.   4. Add / re-sync Disk0/wd0 back into the RAID set.
   
     ![Mirror Disk1/wd1 back to Disk0/wd0](/guide/images/rf-r1r-pp4.png)      ![Mirror Disk1/wd1 back to Disk0/wd0](/guide/images/raidframe_r1r-pp4.png)
     **Mirror Disk1/wd1 back to Disk0/wd0**      **Mirror Disk1/wd1 back to Disk0/wd0**
   
 ### Hardware Review  ### Hardware Review
Line 931  On i386, use the menu system on your mac Line 931  On i386, use the menu system on your mac
 priority to Disk1/wd1 before Disk0/wd0. The examples here depict a generic Award   priority to Disk1/wd1 before Disk0/wd0. The examples here depict a generic Award 
 BIOS.  BIOS.
   
 ![Award BIOS i386 Boot Disk1/wd1](/guide/images/rf-awardbios2.png)  ![Award BIOS i386 Boot Disk1/wd1](/guide/images/raidframe_awardbios2.png)
 **Award BIOS i386 Boot Disk1/wd1**  **Award BIOS i386 Boot Disk1/wd1**
   
 Save changes and exit:  Save changes and exit:
Line 946  You can determine that the BIOS is readi Line 946  You can determine that the BIOS is readi
 boot loader is 30 seconds instead of 15. After the reboot, re-enter the BIOS and   boot loader is 30 seconds instead of 15. After the reboot, re-enter the BIOS and 
 configure the drive boot order back to the default:  configure the drive boot order back to the default:
   
 ![Award BIOS i386 Boot Disk0/wd0](/guide/images/rf-awardbios1.png)  ![Award BIOS i386 Boot Disk0/wd0](/guide/images/raidframe_awardbios1.png)
 **Award BIOS i386 Boot Disk0/wd0**  **Award BIOS i386 Boot Disk0/wd0**
   
 Save changes and exit:  Save changes and exit:

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