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Old 2nd June 2008
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Default mirror device detached on large file copy

Hello running FreeBDs 7.0 on a Celeron 800Mhz and I copied a 1.8G file across from my Windows box to the FreeBSD box. It finished the copy..or during the copy I got the following:

kernel : ad6 : FAILURE - device detached
kernel : subdisk6: detached
kernel : ad6 : detached
kernel : GEOM_MIRROR : device dat : provider ad6 disconnected.
kernel : g_vfs_done():mirror/dats1d[READ(offset=196937613312, length=16384)]error=6

I can only think that perhaps its a time out?

the configuration is roughly thus
- ad4 - 320G SATA
ad6 - 320G SATA

I put a newfs on ad4 but not ad6. Thought the gmirror would take care of that. I have put other files of several hundred megabytes without a problem. But when I tried this 1.8G file this error happened.

This is first problem I have had with the mirror.

Any tips?
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