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Re: Installing debian on a multiple disk system (LVM)

Mathieu Malaterre wrote:
> No that was a user-mistake. You should leave the installer do a first
> 'guided partitioning', then you have access to the software RAID
> partionning. Then for each disk that is marked 'FREE SPACE' you need
> to select it and state 'use for RAID'.
> Once all physical volume are setup as RAID, select the RAID entry
> (should be the first before the physical disk), then setup your LVM
> volume group on it.
> I cannot believe this is free software :)

Been there, done that. Works great -- except for hardware problems,
though ;-(



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