Re: Fatal: Only RAID1 devices are supported as boot devices
On Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 7:20 PM, Stan Hoeppner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Mathieu Malaterre put forth on 12/3/2009 12:03 PM:
>> Hi there,
>> I am trying to setup a system with software RAID for the first time.
>> I used a debian/stable/503 USB key installer. During the partitioning
>> I selected each FREE SPACE as raid, I configured then a RAID0 system.
>> And setup a LVM volume group on this RAID system.
>> When setting up the boot loader, lilo failed to work properly.
>> Looking at the log is says:
>> Dec 3 17:42:32 in-target: WARNING: Added large-memory option, please
>> run lilo before you reboot
>> Dec 3 17:42:32 in-target: Running lilo...
>> Dec 3 17:42:32 in-target: Warning: LBA32 addressing assumed
>> Dec 3 17:42:32 in-target: Fatal: Only RAID1 devices are supported as
>> boot devices
> Read about the various RAID levels, especially RAID 0 (striping), and
> you'll understand why the Linux kernel developers will not allow you to
> boot Linux from a RAID 0 (striped) set of disks.
> You are up against an _intentional_ design limitation.
Ok so the issue is that /boot needs to be contiguous ? Hum, the error
message is not as explicit as that...
Anyway, I'll try again and leave a /boot outside of the RAID setup.