RAID 1 swap device does not start automatically upon restart
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After I reboot, the swap (/dev/md1) is active. However, if I unplug one of the disk (sda) to test if the RAID works, the system still boot (I've installed GRUB on the both harddisks), but the swap (/dev/md1) is not active.
How should I go about enabling /dev/md1 to activate on boot when one of the disk is unplugged?
don't know how. When I get it working I will post the information. It may require some kind of script to check drive avaliablity. If it is then use this one for swap. If not then use this drive. That is what I was sort of thinking in terms of how I would write the script.