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Albert Dengg <a_d@gmx.at> writes:

> Albert Dengg wrote:
>> Lionel Elie Mamane wrote:
>>> Yes, but I just configure it to use one of the discs and dynamically
>>> switch it to the other one if the disc goes bad.
>> whats the difference with other raid 0/4/5/6?
>> you have to write to data to the bootsector of the discs that
>> physically is bootet..
>> (ok with level 0 you can skip writing to all discs since if one is
>> shot you have a non functioning array  anyway....)
> ....
> ah sorry just an error in thought...
> but: whats the point of having /boot on raid0?
> and for 5/6: the amount of space wasted is maginal
> yours
> Albert

No point in that. Put / (including /boot) on raid1. Do the same for
swap. And then put everything else on lvm on raid5 (/var, /usr, /home,
/mnt/data, ...).


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