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Re: using a raid as one disk of a another raid in kickstart file

On Mon, 2012-12-03 at 11:24 +0200, Oguz Yilmaz wrote:
> Hello,
> I am trying to use anaconda kickstart file to ready my target raid
> scheme. I will make /tmp as Raid 0+1 which will be made of md0
> (sdb+sdc) and sdd. Kickstart should firstly create md0 as raid0 type
> and then usethis md0 and fourth disk sdd to create a raid partition.
> Then md1 will be used to create /var.
> For this purpose, I added "/dev/md0" as first disk and raid.03 as
> second disk of this raid. Then anaconda gives the error "Tried to use
> undefined partition /dev/md0 in RAID specification". Line 55 is "raid
> /tmp --level=1 --device=md2 /dev/md0 raid.03"

This configuration is not supported. The options I see for you are as

 1) create the partitions needed for the configuration during OS
    installation and then set up your RAID and migrate data to it
    after the OS has been installed

 2) use mdadm's RAID10, which is supported in kickstart

Good luck.


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