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From: Sebastian Redl <sebastian.redl@...>
Subject: Re: Re: Root on Raid and LVM
Date: Wed, 02 Nov 2005 13:44:45 +0100
Florian D. wrote:

> i have a similar solution with a raid5 for /opt /usr /home, etc. and a 
> small / on raid1. but i think grub is better in this situation, 
> because with the grub shell, in case of a failed disk, the changed 
> identification of the subsequent disks can easily be corrected. i 
> donĀ“t know how lilo handles this.

My RAID setup (two disks) looks like this:
/boot -> RAID 1
/var -> RAID 1
/var/tmp/portage -> RAID 0 (no use wasting space there, and it might 
even speed up compilation a bit)
/usr -> RAID 0 (nothing in /usr that can't be simply reinstalled, thus 
again no reason to waste space)
/ -> RAID 1

Sebastian Redl
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