[CentOS] More than 2TB RAID...
jwbensley at gmail.com
Tue Jan 27 12:27:22 UTC 2009
I have this problem, I just boot from usb sticks?
A 512MB usb pen drive is (just about extinct!) only about £2.00 so get
three, make one an ms-dos disk with parted and format it ready. Then
pop-in CentOS and install it mounting the usb pen as /boot so grub
boots from that msdos partition and then use dd to copy the usb
pendrive to two more to have them knocking around (take one home and
put it in your sock draw or something) and just keep the image for the
pen drive somewhere like with your work files?
2009/1/27 John Doe <jdmls at yahoo.com>:
> I just received a new server (HP DL180G5) with 12x 1TB HDs and I bumped into fdisks 2TB limits...
> Since this is an entry level server, I can't use the classic HP bootable utilities to create smaller volumes et can only create a big RAID6.
> I found out that: using parted, labelling it gpt and creating the partitions would do the trick.
> But, what about grub? I read that it does not support gpt...
> Or is there another way to do it?
> By example, do you think I could boot on a live CentOS, install HP RAID tools on it (is it possible?) and then create volumes...?
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