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SubjectRe: Linux mdadm superblock question.
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>0.90 has a very bad problem, which is that it is hard to distinguish
>between a RAID partition at the end of volume and a full RAID device.
>This is because 0.90 doesn't actually tell you the start of the device.
>
>Then, of course, there are a lot of limitations on size, number of
>devices, and so on in 0.90.

but it is the only format supporting autodetection.

So - when will autodetection be introduced with 1.X? And if not, why not?

All I found was 'autodetection might be troublesome' and nothing else.
But dealing with initrds is troublesome too. Pure evil even.

Glück Auf,
Volker
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