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Re: Partitioning RAID5 disks into 2 Filesystems

Andrew Cady <d@jerkface.net> writes:

> RAID devices typically are named /dev/md0 for the first, and so on; or
> /dev/md/0 for the devfs naming scheme. (md stands for multi-disk; the
> software RAID driver in linux is called "md").  In any case the first
> raid device (md0) has major number 9 and minor 0.

I thought he has a hardware RAID controller.  This would then present
the whole RAID device as SCSI drive e.g. /dev/sdb.


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