On Monday 14 January 2008 05:30, Sean Carolan wrote:
> > If you install to a boot raid1 you don't have to do a thing as the
> > installer will make sure initrd.img has the needed drivers (raid1, md).
> > If you modify an install to boot from a raid1 partition after the fact,
> > then you need to configure mkinitrd or whatever you use for creating
> > initrd.img.
> Thanks, I wasn't aware that you could do this. I assume you must use
> the alternate installer to pull this off? I tried to use the alternate
> installer for my workstation here, but it couldn't handle both RAID1 and
> LVM at the same time. It choked when I tried to put LVM partitions on
> my RAID1 mirror, hanging for many minutes with no response. I had to go
> with CentOS5 instead because the installer seems better suited to
> dealing with LVM.
Sorry, I don't know. I always use "expert" mode and manual partitioning.
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