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Re: [opensuse] REDADA de software vs REDADA de BIOS

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] REDADA de software vs REDADA de BIOS
From: James Knott <james.knott@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2011 06:08:03 -0400
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Por *Jessen escribió:
John *Andersen escribió:

En uno cronometra había un problema habiendo /bota en redada, y su sido un
mientras desde entonces tuve que *reconfigure una caja fresca, así que no sé si esto
es todavía el caso.
Con *lilo lo trabaja bien, pero no sé sobre *grub.



No trabaja con *grub. Con REDADA y también *LVM, /la bota tiene que ser en una partición regular. Yo recientemente montado un *server con cuatro 1 TB paseos, con *LVM en REDADA 4. Creé una 2 partición de GB para aguantar /bota y utilizado el otro 3 2 GB particiones para *swap. Todo más es en el *LVM en REDADA. Aquel sistema pronto también tiene el dato respaldado hasta otro ordenador en un país diferente.
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Per Jessen wrote:
John Andersen wrote:

At one time there was a problem having /boot on raid, and its been a
while since I had to reconfigure a fresh box, so I don't know if this
is still the case.
With lilo it works fine, but I don't know about grub.



It doesn't work with grub. With RAID and also LVM, /boot has to be on a regular partition. I recently set up a server with four 1 TB drives, with LVM on RAID 4. I created a 2 GB partition to hold /boot and used the other 3 2 GB partitions for swap. Everything else is in the LVM on RAID. That system will soon also have the data backed up to another computer in a different country.
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