move mdadm raid
I setup a RAID 1 array on my computer and just got a new one, installed the
latest Kubuntu distro and would like to move over my raid system. How do I
do that best, I don't think just copying /etc/mdadm/mdadm.conf is enough
(once mdadm is installed), is it?
Thanks for some support here.
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