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Old 01-25-2006, 10:22 AM   #1
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Suse 7.1 Native ATA RAID help


i wish to add a disk to make a raid-1 out of the boot/system disk. is there a gui to do this, or is cli easier? if cli can you point me to any docs that tell how. i'm fluent with Solaris raid setups, linux is just a tad different.

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IDE or SCSI? I guess there are no progs with GUI for this...
 
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IDE or SCSI? I guess there are no progs with GUI for this...
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