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SubjectRe: 2.7 thoughts
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On Thu, 2003-10-09 at 23:19, Stuart Longland wrote:
> - Software RAID 0+1 perhaps?
>
> A lot of hardware RAID cards support it, why not the
> kernel? By RAID 0+1 I mean mirror-RAIDing two (or more) stripe-RAID
> arrays. (Or can this be done already?)


You can do this now (as you rightly suspected).

Just create 2 raid 0 arrays (md0, md1). From there create md2 as a RAID1
array using /dev/md0 and /dev/md1. Create the filesystem and you've got
yourself RAID 0+1.

You can do RAID 5+0 or any other wild combo you could think of.

Matt

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