Re: Boot Logo Thoughts (LONG)

Harald Hoyer (HarryH@Royal.Net)
Thu, 14 May 1998 18:20:18 +0200


Roland Nagtegaal wrote:
> But my / partition is not a partition at all, it is an md device.
> It is a raid0, / being remounted from an initrd ramdisk. All my
> filesystems are on a raid0. Now I had to make a script that would
> create my md devices for me, mount them, etc. etc. until I could get
> at my /etc/inittab finally.
>
> I got it working again, but it took me a lot of time, and a scare too.
>

If you use 2.1.xx you may use the raid0 boot feature I added some versions
ago...
Do not make md and raid0 a module and in the config of the kernel you will be
asked for boot support.

Also read linux/Documentation/md.txt

Good luck,
Harald

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