I am looking for some advice on setting up a small raid array to replace
our current single disk system in the office. The plan is to have a
small Debian server with three disks, two running and a spare, in a raid
1 array and then run LVM on top.
My question is about booting after a disk failure, particularly the
primary disk. Where should I put the /boot partition, should it be
outside of the raid array? can it be part of the raid array or can it
even be part of the LVM groups?
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