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SubjectRe: Sharing disks amoung multiple software RAIDs
> > > Can you explain what you mean, exactly?
> > As an example, you have disks /dev/sd[abc]. /dev/md0 would be made
> > from /dev/sda1, /dev/sdb1, and /dev/sdc1; /dev/md1 would be made
> > from /dev/sda2, /dev/sdb2, and /dev/sdc2.

> I've been watching this thread with interest, because I wanted
> clarification on what the OP meant.

> If by "sharing disks", the OP meant the above, I'm surprised (and
> concerned) there's any question at all. How is this anything other > than the definition of "mirror"?
md0 and md1 are both RAID 5 arrays, not mirrors.

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