[linux-lvm] Misleading documentation (was: HDD Failure)
tobias.bluhm at philips.com
Wed Sep 20 13:22:33 UTC 2006
Scott Lamb wrote on 09/19/2006 06:40:43 PM:
> On Sep 18, 2006, at 12:37 PM, Mark Krenz wrote:
> > LVM != RAID
> > You should have been doing RAID if you wanted to be able to
> > handle the
> > failure of one drive.
> This is my biggest beef with LVM - why doesn't *any* of the
> documentation point this out? There are very few good reasons to use
> LVM without RAID, and "ignorance" certainly isn't among them. I don't
> see any mention of RAID or disk failures in the manual pages or in
> the HOWTO.
Good point. So if the docs make no mention of RAID or fail-over or
redundency or spares, what made you assume that
LVM had such capabilities????
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