On 12/5/06, Bernhard Rohrer <graylion at sm-wg.net> wrote:
> so far failing. The problem is that I want to use the onboard raid,
That's almost always a bad sign.
> is there anybody aware of a kernel parameter I can use, or any other
Under the 'any other suggestions' bit, i have to say: use linux s/w
raid unless you've got a good reason not to. Fakeraid can sometimes be
useful if you need dual-boot access to your array, but as this is
destined to be a server that shouldn't be an issue.
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