Re: striping, etc.
You want mdtools (the package) and md device support in the kernel,
wither compiled in or as a module. Either works well. I have two RAID0
partitions spanned across two 4 GB SCSI drives. Works great.
The md commands actually have useful man pages. If you need more info,
feel free to email.
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On Thu, 19 Jun 1997, Rick Hawkins wrote:
:I've noticed that linux supports volumes across physical devices.
:However, I haven't figured out which command to use to set this up. I
:would like to mount a pair of hard drives on the second controller
:jointly as /usr. THis volume will also be served out by nfs. Could
:someone give me a hint as to what the command i'm looking for is? and
:which how-to or faq to look at?
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