converting to RAID etc
John at DMJ-Consultancy.co.uk
Fri Nov 24 13:17:45 UTC 2006
Gary Jarrel wrote:
> Are you trying to RAID the root partition as wall?
Probably not; I haven't yet installed the disks and set up RAID but am
trying to find the best way forward to keep my server down for the
shortest time. I guess it doesn't make sense (or won't boot) if the root
partition is on RAID and similarly, /tmp, /var/log and /var/spool.
> On 11/23/06, John <John at dmj-consultancy.co.uk> wrote:
>> I am looking to convert a Ubuntu Server 6.10 installation from flat disk
>> to RAID + LVM.
>> It would seem the easiest way is to install a bare-bones Ubuntu Server
>> on the new RAID disks and then cp all the files from the flat disk onto
>> the RAID setup.
>> However, I want to be sure that I do not overwrite the RAID / LVM
>> Can you tell me in which config files the RAID and LVM information is
>> stored so that I do not copy over these in the process?
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