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Old 10-25-2004, 10:00 AM   #1
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Question Software RAID Configuration during Linux Installation

I am facing problems configuring Software RAID, during installation on Linux AS 3.0. I need to configure RAID 0+1, that is striping and mirroring on the following setup:

4 Hard Disks, 72 GB each
Stripe Set on 2, The whole thing mirriored onto the other two.

Can someone explain me steps I have to follow after the Disk Druid Screen?


Old 11-15-2004, 12:57 PM   #2
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i can not explain from the druide screen.

but what you have to do is format the 2 disks you want ro put in a RAID as LINUXRAID, how? i don't know (i used yast) and then config the /etc/raidtab ( man raidtab) and give a root@locahost:/ # raidstart -c /etc/raidtab --all

maybe i put you in the right direction..



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