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> Software Raid, Please explain it
post Apr 11 2004, 10:17 AM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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Can someone please explain how I setup a software Raid in Fedora? I think I created one during installation, but I don't see it listed when I list my drives. Do you have to mount it somehow after the installation? Here's my setup:

/dev/hda1 ext3 9201 MB
/dev/hda2 swap 500 MB
/dev/hda3 Software Raid 18920 MB

/dev/hdb1 swap 500 MB
/dev/hdb2 Software Raid 19096 MB

/dev/md0 ext3 18920

I am using a 30 gig and a 20 gig harddrive, and I would like to have the /boot on one drive and then install Samba on a Raid drive. I'm fairly new to Linux so if someone has suggestions about how it can be installed better, or more efficiently please let me know. Thanks.

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post Apr 11 2004, 07:54 PM
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Its GNU/

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Here is a step by step guide:


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