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Re: Too much time wasted installing fedora on raid1



On Thu, Dec 22, 2005 at 11:55:44AM +0000, David Woodhouse wrote:
> structures; it shouldn't be necessary for the RAID layer to do that for
> itself.  _That_ kind of redundancy isn't what RAID is supposed to be
> about.

Its a neccessary part of RAID because duplicating raid functionality in every 
file system would be incredibly inefficient and lead to a lot of code 
duplication and bug. Its also neccessary because the raid functionality may
not even be on the same host as the file system.

> But yes, there are always band-aids which can help to improve any design
> flaw.

You need to learn the difference between a design flaw and pragmatic design.

		"Perfection is the enemy of success"


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