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Old 08-10-2007, 02:50 PM   #1
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Question Fakeraid - SiS 964 - RAID Not working?

I have just installed FC7 and am not able to see the two SATA drives that I have configured in a RAID 0 array as an actual array and not two separate disks. And by configure, I mean I have set them up utilizing the fakeraid functionality of my motherboard (ECS 761GX-M754).

I had first tried installing straight to this array but b/c I was not seeing a drive with the capacity of two drives, I opted to install on an IDE drive instead. I figured I would simply get Fedora to see the RAID array as it should and then migrate my installation. Problem is, I can't manage to pull this off...

Can anyone point me in the right direction to get this working or am I stuck using pure software RAID?


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