Re: Unable to install bootloader on software raid
Darac Marjal <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I think the problem is that, depending on the RAID level, the BIOS won't
> be able to read the disks in order to load GRUB. If you're running
> RAID0, then you're in luck; both drives appear as normal disks and all
> that RAID does is ensure they are kept identical. If you're running
> RAID1, though, then each disk is a chopped-up mess of data and you NEED
> the RAID to provide the hint that half the data is on another device.
It's the other way round: RAID0 is striped, aka "chopped up mess" and
RAID1 are mirrored disks.
Sigmentation fault. Core dumped.