> Mikko Husari <husku@...> posted 45C82D9C.7010601@...,
> excerpted below, on Tue, 06 Feb 2007 09:26:20 +0200:
>> i was wonderin (also tried my luck on perfomance-gentoo, but no one
>> home), what kind of partition + fs table would be optimal on server
>> and/or desktop. afaik, /usr/portage would be on its own partition, and
>> perhaps reiserfs and raid0. distfiles should be on a different
>> partition, so it would not be in the way of portage itself... but, what
>> about other parts of gentoo/linux. and is journaling filesystem over
>> striping raid just asking for trouble?
> I'm running a 300-gig/disk, 4-SATA-disk, kernel RAID here, and /love/ it!
> Each of the four disks is partitioned identically to the others, with the
> corresponding partitions on each grouped in the corresponding RAIDs.
> /dev/md0 (on /dev/sd[a..d]1) is raid-1, necessary for boot, since that's
> all grub and the like understand, but that's all that's on the raid-1.
Did you look in to EVMS at all. I am setting up a similar system to
yours...4 stat disk, linux raid, etc. However, I really wanted to use
EVMS and am only partially successful. I have, as of now, been able to
get the EVMS stuff correctly in initrd such that I can complete a boot.
Just curious if you'd looked into EVMS at all and if you had any thoughts.
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