Re: RAID1 Boot Partition
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Chaim Keren Tzion escreveu:
> I have been trying to set up a software RAID1 system with two 320GB
> SATA disks.
> I have followed the instructions at both these links below (using
> lenny instead of etch because of what seems to be unsupported
> hardware in the older kernel):
> I had issues with both procedures. 1. Both of them failed when I
> chose to install the "Standard system" item in the tasksel stage of
> the install.
> 2. When I chose to not install the "Standard system" I A) got a
> minimalistic system which uses lilo(yuck) as a boot loader B) The
> RAID1 MD device that I created for the /boot partition exists but
> was not added to the /etc/fstab, no files were written to that
> device/partition and the system actually boots from the root MD
> device instead.
> 3) The second URL above uses LVM which I wouldn't have used
> otherwise but I was desperate to finally get the RAID to work and
> followed the instructions exactly. Is LVM any type of requirement
> for a software RAID system?
> The system works but everything is on the root MD device. Any
> ideas/pointers on how to do it right? 1. I preffer Grub 2. Would
> like to boot off the first MD device/partition 3. I preffer not
> using LVM 4. I would like to have the "Standard system" packages
Sincerely, I do not want more to know of RAID-1 saw software, I had
many problems, mainly because of boot that in the truth never the
record existed in both. In a server in production, valley to buy a
controller raid and only to stop to lose time with this type of thing.
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