Re: Why no raid modules?
after a while I managed finally to make RAID1 and 5 working
and I tested it quite for a long time without any problem.
Unfortuantly I didn't managed to make silo booting on a raid.
Probably I missed something but I guess the info from
netboy (previous post) can be usefull to build a better
> Hi all:
> I can now confirm that RAID-1, at least, works just fine on
> the ultra platform.
> I'm running and booting off RAID-1. Ultra5, potato release,
> slightly patched up to support 2.4.9 kernel. The RAID arrays
> are formatted with ext3, so I can confirm that works too :)
> The only slight problem is that it seems the kernel doesn't
> autodetect the partitions as being RAID, even when I mark
> them as 0xFD type. However, an 'append="md=0,/dev/sda1,/dev/sde2"'
> in /etc/silo.conf did the trick, for now.
> smooth:/# df
> Filesystem 1k-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
> /dev/md1 3803344 939432 2670708 26% /
> /dev/md0 62653 9856 49562 17% /boot
> I'm running bonnie right now, and will post the results later.
Debian GNU/Linux Unstable Kernel 2.4.9
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