[linux-lvm] software raid or lvm?
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Mon Jun 7 18:15:11 UTC 2004
i'm sorry that i wasn't more clear. i used to have raid0 with the siimage binary
driver, but that is only for 2.4 kernels. so i've to use software raid and i
didn't find the way how to put lvm on top of software raid. or how can i do it?
however, in suse admin guide is written about lvm: 'several hard disks can be
used with improved performance in the raid0 (striping) mode.' any idea? can i
use lvm as raid0? course, the best is raid and lvm on top, but if i can use only
lvm, how fast it would be? can i check the speed?
Theo Van Dinter wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 07, 2004 at 05:25:57PM +0200, philip wrote:
>>like to install suse91, which doesn't support siimage chipset, so i've to
>>use software raid or lvm.
>>what would be better/faster?
> Well, what are you trying to do? If you want redundancy, go with RAID.
> If you want volume management, go with LVM. I'd say you should do both
> (RAID the disks then use LVM on top), but without more data there is no
> answer for "better/faster".
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