[linux-lvm] Re: Software raid on top of lvm logical volume
Theo Van Dinter
felicity at kluge.net
Mon Nov 1 22:07:04 UTC 2004
On Mon, Nov 01, 2004 at 02:03:19PM -0800, Clint Byrum wrote:
> > This solution would seem to be as the holy grail in that it would give you
> > the best of all worlds: resizable RAID storage. Or am I wrong about this
> > assumption?
> Isn't that what NetApps do already with their "modified RAID4"?
Most RAID systems let you relayout the disk. NetApps are just another
example, so is Veritas.
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