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Old 10-21-2015, 09:39 AM   #1
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KVM - Add two disks while installing CentOS - 7.0

I have kvm and I am trying to install centos 7.0 with RAID 1 on it.
But it shows only 1 disk in installation media which I added in kvm, there is no option to add two disks.
How should I add two disks so while selecting media, it will show two disks of same size and I can install RAID 1.

Please help.
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