Diff for /wikisrc/guide/raidframe.mdwn between versions 1.7 and 1.8

version 1.7, 2013/03/02 13:23:44 version 1.8, 2013/03/02 13:25:13
Line 163  the RAID and: Line 163  the RAID and:
    component (platform dependent).     component (platform dependent).
   
 ![RAID-1 Disk Logical Layout](/guide/images/raidframe_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 192  has become the de facto standard for set
   
   
     ![Perform generic install onto Disk0/wd0](/guide/images/raidframe_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](/guide/images/raidframe_r1r-pp2.png)      ![Setup RAID Set](/guide/images/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/raidframe_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/raidframe_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 630  as `/dev/raid0b`. Line 635  as `/dev/raid0b`.
 NetBSD Guide can expand on proper partitioning technique. See [Installing  NetBSD Guide can expand on proper partitioning technique. See [Installing
 NetBSD: Preliminary considerations and preparations*](inst).  NetBSD: Preliminary considerations and preparations*](inst).
   
 *Note*: Note that 1 GB is 2\*1024\*1024=2097152 blocks (1 block is 512 bytes, or  *Note*: 1 GB is 2\*1024\*1024=2097152 blocks (1 block is 512 bytes, or
 0.5 kilobytes). Despite what the underlying hardware composing a RAID set is,  0.5 kilobytes). Despite what the underlying hardware composing a RAID set is,
 the RAID pseudo disk will always have 512 bytes/sector.  the RAID pseudo disk will always have 512 bytes/sector.
   
Line 932  priority to Disk1/wd1 before Disk0/wd0.  Line 937  priority to Disk1/wd1 before Disk0/wd0. 
 BIOS.  BIOS.
   
 ![Award BIOS i386 Boot Disk1/wd1](/guide/images/raidframe_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 948  boot loader is 30 seconds instead of 15. Line 954  boot loader is 30 seconds instead of 15.
 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/raidframe_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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