> On Sun, 5 Sep 2004, Conor WYNNE wrote:
>> I dont think so Paul, dmesg reports all is fine, messages is also
>> cool (grep-ing for errors shows nothing)
>> The more demanding apps (eg apt, or kernel compiles) acting funny is
> usually the first sign of hardware problems on PCs..
I plan of stress testing this box (as I just got it) before putting it
into production in the attic :)
This is for my HAN, but I treat my home systems like my work ones :)
>>> Tried that already, and its still complaining. I reckon I screwed
>> up the repositories as I have been transferring data & configs from
>> my server which is a core1 fedora.
>> Hmm, you'd have had to do something quite strange..
Like edit the sources manually :)
> Hmm. swap can go on RAID1 no problem, as can /boot.
Yes I agree, and I figured out why it wanted /boot off the logical drive:
The JBOD is the first disk /dev/sda and therefore the bootable drive.
Normally you can do likewise with /dev/sdb, but because /dev/sdb is
mirrored and LVM'd with /dev/sdc (a non bootable drive) it required
another boot medium.
This is all pre-coffee hypothesis mind you :)
> Paul Jakma paul at clubi.iepaul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
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