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Old 06-16-2003, 04:29 PM   #1
Dr Ecology
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Question setting up xfs on raid(0) array


heyo, I have a few questions about trying to setup SGI's xfs filesystem on a striped (mode 0) raid array. I have 2 ide drives that comprise the array. Namely, using mkfs.xfs, I'm not sure what to indicate for the sunit and swidth parameters. What do they mean? Currently I have the array formatted with su=64k and sw=2, but I want to make sure I know what these values mean before I put all my stuff on the array. Thanks for the help!

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