Re: alpha raid?
On Tue, Apr 10, 2007 at 12:17:33PM +0800, James Andrewartha wrote:
> >> I'm investigating using Debian-alpha to replace tru64 unix on our
> >> DS-20 & Alpha 1200 servers (old iron for sure). During installation of
> >> Debian 3.1r0a for alpha when I arrive at disk partitioning I don't see
> >> options for LVM or RAID type partitions. The documentation states they
> >> should be available and a search for "RAID" in the debian-alpha list
> >> results in no hits. What's up? Is Debian for alpha able to do RAID or not?
> > IIRC, you have to create RAID (F0) or LVM partitions by hand before these
> > menu options show up. I once had set up my PWS 433 with a RAID 1 with the
> > Debian installer of Sarge, so it's possible ;-)
> I recall having a problem with BSD disklabels not having support for the
> required partition types. Since you're moving from Tru64, your disks are
> almost certainly using BSD disklabels, so you'll need to drop to a command
> prompt and relabel them with PC labels.
Which will also render those disks unbootable from SRM.
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