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>>>>> "Russell" == Russell Coker <russell@coker.com.au> writes:

    Russell> If you make a RAID-1 /dev/md1 be composed of /dev/hda1
    Russell> and /dev/hdc1 then you should be able to have GRUB
    Russell> configured to boot from /dev/hda1 with no knowledge of
    Russell> RAID and have it work.  Never tried it though.

No, it doesn't work. Not without changing the partition type, which
disables kernel auto-detection, unless you also pass a special
parameter to Linux.

See wish-list bug #94200 for details.
Brian May <bam@debian.org>

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