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Hello All, I am after some help, I have just built a LINUX file server that uses hardware RAID (on the Motherboard) I set-up in the RAID BIOS, the disk ...
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    Hardware RAID


    Hello All,

    I am after some help, I have just built a LINUX file server that uses hardware RAID (on the Motherboard)

    I set-up in the RAID BIOS, the disk configuration so that on of the disks is shown and the secon disk is hidden and I have assigned a name for the RAID array. I have also set it up so that we are running RAID 1.

    The problem that I am having is REDHAT 9 is seeing both disks when IU use the dmesg command.

    I am not sure how to get REDHAT to see the disks as one. Any ideas?

    Thanks in Advance

    Barry

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    what is the output of "df -h"?

    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar
    what is the output of "df -h"?

    Jason
    It does not show the disks as I have not mounted them or created a file system on them yet, I have been told that it may be somthing todo with the BIOS as Linux should only see what the BIOS tells it to. i.e. as one disk and not two.

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