On Thursday 03 March 2005 18:21, Tanney, Austin wrote:
> Hi folks,
>> I've run into a slight problem here, namely a dead Linux cluster!
> Basically, on start-up I am being informed that one of the disks in the
> RAID is dead or dying. That's fair enough.. however, the system then goes
> on to boot and hits a kernel panic and stops booting. I've a sneaking
I don't have an answer for your question, but am interested to know are you
booting from the raid array?
If so, was that a decision, and why did you choose to boot from an array
instead of from a single disk that could be "ghost"ed in case of crap-ups?
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