On 3/4/2012 8:01 PM, Luke S. Crawford wrote: >> Right. I was referring to RAID 1. For a RAID 10, you would have to >> find the proper drive to boot from. This is why I tend to limit myself >> to RAID 1 in software. If I need something more complex than that, I >> get a hardware card so the OS just sees it as a single drive and you >> don't have to worry about grub. > > When I want to boot off of a raid 10, I first partition the drives > and make a small (like a gigabyte) partition 1, and put the rest of > the space on partition 2. I do this on all drives, then I create > a raid 1 of sd[abcd]1 for /, and a raid10 of sd[abcd]2 for everything > else. I've got this config on several tens of servers and it seems > to work okay. > > _______________________________________________ > CentOS mailing list > CentOS at centos.org > http://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos Thanks Luke. Lucky to find you here. I am still waiting on the monthly VPS packages you know!