Stephen Shirley wrote:
> On 04/08/06, Sonic <sonic at dreadserver.com> wrote:
>>> I have my swap partition going across a raid0 array (as it was with the
>> Debian system) and my one other raid1 array, going across two drives,
>>> Is there any chance that the swap raid partition is first on either
Sorry again for the delay in responding. Was away for the weekend.
Yes indeed there is every chance as that's the way I set it up for both
drives. I did this because I figured it'd be best for the swap partition
to be first on the drive so it could be accessed faster. I was fairly
sure this was also the way I had it set for the Debian system. Although
thinking about it now, maybe they were on the end. However, I never
deleted the partitions used by the Debian system for my first install of
Dapper and this still gave the same message. At first I thought this was
the cause so I recreated the partitions with the Dapper disk. Since then
I've deleted and recreated them a few times but never with the swap on
Do you think this is the problem?
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