On Wed, Jun 29, 2005 at 06:02:42PM +0100, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> > > Although some less OS's can't boot from software raid 1 of course.
> > Wot? Linux can for sure, you cannot have /boot on a LVM though.
> > I assume you are talking about doze? I though it could boot from RAID1 non?
>> No, Linux can, definitely. Lilo and grub both support booting from RAID1
> (lilo is much better at it though). I don't think Windows can though.
How do you mean "lilo is much better at it"? Do you mean grub sometimes
doesn't work on s/w RAID1, or that lilo's easier to set up?
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