Re: RAID & /boot
Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2004 00:58:02 GMT
> "Oddbjørn Hansen"
>>If you have placed /boot on an ordinary partition, or on a RAID 1
> partition, I
>>believe you can ignore the warning. It says that the machine may not be
>>bootable, right? My machine booted fine, though.
> I might not have explained myself properly, but the question was if I could
> put /boot IN the RAID, and the RAID was supposed to be RAID 5
Yes, to clarify, Storix says you can put /boot in S/W RAID 1, not RAID
0, 4 or 5. They recommend you just keep /boot as a separate partition,
then you can put the root filesytem in anything you want (including LVM,
raid, reiserfs, SCSI, etc). The /boot contains the kernel, which cannot
be mapped by LILO if it's in a RAID 0/4/5 device.
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