[linux-lvm] Recipe for hardware RAID
amistric at nemours.org
Wed Mar 2 15:25:25 UTC 2005
We are contemplating to start using RHEL v4 in our enterprise.
Most of our servers have a hardware RAID.
The server we are using for a RHEL 4 trial install has 4x36GB SCSI drives
configured using RAID 5.
Of course, we also want to use LVM.
Can someone please suggest what would be the best "layout"/"recipe"
considering the configuration I described?
Using "automatically" partitioning during install RHEL suggests:
/boot and swap outside LVM and the rest of space in LVM mounted under / file
Is this sufficient layout for maximum flexibility? Should I create other
logical volumes and file systems?
Any tips are appreciated
Amir Mistric ( <mailto:amistric at nemours.org> amistric at nemours.org)
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