On Fri, 17 Feb 2006 12:44:14 -0800 Andrew Sharp <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > On Thu, Feb 16, 2006 at 10:01:15AM +0100, Gabor Gombas wrote: > > On Wed, Feb 15, 2006 at 03:45:01PM -0500, Austin Denyer wrote: > > > > Unless you have the RAID code compiled into the kernel (not > > modules) and you are using kernel-based RAID autodetection, > > the /dev/md* entries are created by mdadm, not by udev (udev can > > not create them until the array is created, and mdadm needs to > > create the device first to be able to build the array). > > The raid code doesn't have to be compiled in, it can be modularized in > an initrd image. So long as grub can load the kernel and the initrd > image, you're good to go with whatever modules you want in the initrd > image. I believe current versions of grub can do raid0 and raid5 now, > but, well, you know, test it first ~:^) I was running a vanilla Debian kernel. Unfortunately I didn't have time to poke around too much, as I can't take it out of service for very long at a time before the users start complaining. Regards, Ozz.
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