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 SOLVED - Raid rc.0, rc.6 rc.S
Wanted to know where to start "mdadd -ar", found the answer in

http://www.**-**.com/

Start the multiple disks in rc.S before "mount -a" for local disks.
Stop the multiple disks in both rc.0 (system halt) and rc.6 (system
reboot) by mdstop -a before umount -a

Next question was about striping swap partition. Linux automatically
stripes swap partitions if they have the same priority, you don't have
to run multiple disks. Just add the swap partitions to fstab and make
them the same priority.



 Tue, 06 Mar 2001 03:00:00 GMT   
 
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