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SubjectRe[2]: Is Swapping on software RAID1 possible in linux 2.4 ?
Hello Nick,

Thursday, July 05, 2001, 6:54:37 PM, you wrote:

Well The idea is simple. I want my system to survive if one of the
disk fails. So I store all of my data including swap on RAID
partitions.


ND> Just out of curiousity what are the advantages to having a RAID1 swap
ND> partition? Setting the swap priority to 0 (pri=0) in the fstab of all
ND> the swap partitions on your system should have the same effect as doing
ND> it with RAID but without the overhead, right? RAID1 would also mirror
ND> your swap. Why would you want that?

ND> Regards,
ND> -Nick

ND> Peter Zaitsev wrote:
>>
>> Hello linux-kernel,
>>
>> Does anyone have information on this subject ? I have the constant
>> failures with system swapping on RAID1, I just wanted to be shure
>> this may be the problem or not. It works without any problems with
>> 2.2 kernel.
>>
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>> Best regards,
>> Peter mailto:pz@spylog.ru
>>
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