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Re: changing bootloaders in FC2



--- Alexander Dalloz <alexander dalloz uni-bielefeld de> wrote:
> Am Di, den 15.06.2004 schrieb Globe Trotter um 1:06:
> 
> > Adaptec ATA RAID 1200A BIOS Array Configuration Utility v1.3
> > Press <CTRL H> to run BIOS Array Configuration Utility Scan Devices. Please
> > wait.... (I do nothing...)
> 
> > Primary  Master: WDC WD 1200JB 75CRAO
> > Primary Slave: No Drive
> > Secondary Master: WDC WD 1200JB 75CRAO
> > Secondary Slave: No Drive
> > 
> > GRUB Loading Stage 2....
> 
> When you previously spoke about "hardware RAID" on a Dell server I
> thought it was real hardware RAID, so with RAID arrays transparent to
> the system, without need for drivers. Am I right that the Adapatec card
> you have is just like the cheap Promise cards software RAID with BIOS
> support? 

Perhaps, however, I believe it came with the Dell.


I think so. Well, the question is then: how did you install
> your system? You did see just 1 harddrive? Which disk name has it:
> /dev/sda?

In any case, here is the partitioning:

/dev/hde1  ext3
/dev/hde2  swap
/dev/hde4 
   /dev/hde5  ext3  /
   /dev/hde6  ext3  /usr/local

/dev/hdg is where the mirror is (it shows as free space).

I am sorry if this does not answer your question: I did not install the RAID --
if you could tell me where to look, I can do so.

Thanks again for helping, and best wishes!



> 
> Alexander
> 
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