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Old 10-12-2006, 08:17 AM   #1
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LVM + RAID-1 on FC5 running system

Hello people,

I have a Fedora Core 5 (FC5) system running without any problems and now i need to set up Raid-1 via software (md). The scheme of partitions:

/dev/sda1                /boot       ext3
/dev/sda2                            Linux LVM
   /dev/tabPart/root     /           ext3
   /dev/tabPart/home     /home       ext3
   /dev/tabPart/var      /var        ext3
   /dev/tabPart/tmp      /tmp        ext3
As you may noticed the system has (/) on LVM. The only way i know to implement raid-1 on a system running on LVM is at installation time (first you create the array, select raid level, etc. then create the LVM partitions on it).

On a test system with the same partition scheme above i tried to set up raid-1, but after the sync of the disks, i could not access the data.

Is there any way to accomplish this?


Last edited by randolpholiveira; 10-12-2006 at 08:20 AM.


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