Set up a striped device from the given devices with specified name. This is the "manual" method and the stripe will not exist after a reboot (see DESCRIPTION above). The kernel module geom_stripe.ko will be loaded if it is not loaded already.
Set up a striped device from the given devices with the specified name. This is the "automatic" method, where metadata are stored in every devices last sector. The kernel module geom_stripe.ko will be loaded if it is not loaded already.
Turn off an existing striped device by its name. This command does not touch on-disk metadata!
Same as stop.
Clear metadata on the given devices.
Dump metadata stored on the given devices.
Force the removal of the specified striped device.
Hardcode providers names in metadata.
Specifies size of stripe block in bytes. The stripesize must be a multiple of the largest sector size of all the providers.
Debug level of the STRIPE GEOM class. This can be set to a number between 0 and 3 inclusive. If set to 0 minimal debug information is printed, and if set to 3 the maximum amount of debug information is printed.
If set to a non-zero value enable ""fast mode"" instead of the normal ""economic mode"". Compared to ""economic mode"", ""fast mode"" uses more memory, but it is much faster for smaller stripe sizes. If enough memory cannot be allocated, STRIPE will fall back to ""economic mode"".
Maximum amount of memory that can be consumed by ""fast mode"" (in bytes). This sysctl(8) variable is read-only and can only be set as a tunable in loader.conf(5).
A count of how many times ""fast mode"" has failed due to an insufficient amount of memory. If this value is large, you should consider increasing the kern.geom.stripe.maxmem value.