I hope this is an easy question... I am going to install RH REL5 (if I remember the version correctly...)
Brand new install, and I have an external jbod with 4 drives.
I would like only RH on this system, no dual boot. First, how do I set up the root drive for partitions? When you do a default, it wants to raid 0 the external drives. I want each external drive to be unique and seperate from each other.
After RH is installed, how do I mount the drives in the fstab?
/dev/sdc /disk1 ext3 auto,user,exec,rw,async 0 0
/dev/sdd /disk2 ext3 auto,user,exec,rw,async 0 0
/dev/sde /disk3 ext3 auto,user,exec,rw,async 0 0
/dev/sdf /disk4 ext3 auto,user,exec,rw,async 0 0
Does the above look correct? If so, what happens if, lets say disk 3 dies. Does /dev/sdf get "renumbered" to /dev/sde on a reboot so the next time I try to access /disk4 it won't exist and it is actually /disk3? Does that even make sense?
Thanks in advance!
I prefer using lvm for the fs and software raid. For the most part when you install Red Hat (or derived distributions), it defaults to lvm, IIRC. Stick with that. This way you can eject a disk out of the volume and add to the volume with simple commands.
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