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Old 07-03-2010, 01:53 PM   #1
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Question mirroring hard drives

hi everyone
pls suggest me how to mirroring two hard disk drive in rhel9
server.i can do raid on those hard drive but user requer mirroring.
so pls help how could i do this, mirror two hard drive.
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So do RAID 1 which is mirroring by definition.
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There is no RHEL9---Do you mean Fedora 9 (obsolete) or Red Hat 9 (VERY obsolete)?

What kind of RAID controller do you have?



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