On Thu, Jul 09, 2009 at 10:44:30PM +0200, martin f krafft wrote:
> > You can still decide if you want a partitionable or non-partitionable
> > RAID, thus not all RAIDs are partitionable since kernel
> > 2.6.29. Unfortunately, the man page doesn't seem to say what the
> > default is for the partitionability of the RAID.
> mdadm has, uh, conservative maintenance. mdp is no longer needed.
> "non-partitionable" arrays will be partitionable with newer kernels.
Well, I gave the RAID a name, but that name got lost ... and it still
has p designation, with kernel 2.6.30.