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Hi Guys, Just finished building my 'new' Compaq ML330e server. Although I have a lot of experience with servers in general they're normally running some flavour of NT. I have ...
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- 10-26-2005 #1
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New Server with RAID 5 array
Hi Guys, Just finished building my 'new' Compaq ML330e server. Although I have a lot of experience with servers in general they're normally running some flavour of NT. I have just put together one for myself, and I'm running it in with SUSE10.
- 1.0GHz PIII
- 1GB RAM
- 4x20GB IDE HDD, RAID 5
[*}ATI graphics chipet (embedded in RAID/network controller)
- 2 x optical drives, one burner
Anyway, that aside I have set it up as mentioned in a RAID 5 configuration. I didn't see much about it in the BIOS so I set it up under SUSE. Two discs are identical, another has the same number of heads/sectors and the last was slightly larger. I trimmed the difference from the slightly larger one and made it my /boot, configuring the rest as /dev/md0.
The trick is I have never used software RAID, and certainly not under linux. Really what I'd like is anyone who has any experience to offer me any tips, log messages I should watch for, options if any if a disc fails etc. Are there any nice utilites or logs that give me specfic information on this?
Any help appreciated as always,