[CentOS] raid 5 install

Thu Jun 27 16:14:34 UTC 2019
Peda, Allan (NYC-GIS) <Allan.Peda at interpublic.com>

Which may very well be the case.

On 6/27/19, 10:40 AM, "CentOS on behalf of John Hodrien" <centos-bounces at centos.org on behalf of J.H.Hodrien at leeds.ac.uk> wrote:

    On Thu, 27 Jun 2019, Peda, Allan (NYC-GIS) wrote:
    > I'd isolate all that RAID stuff from your OS, so the root, /boot, /usr, /etc /tmp, /bin swap are on "normal" partition(s).  I know I'm missing some directories, but the point is you should be able to unmount that RAID stuff to adjust it without crippling your system.
    > https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.howtogeek.com_117435_htg-2Dexplains-2Dthe-2Dlinux-2Ddirectory-2Dstructure-2Dexplained_&d=DwICAg&c=Ftw_YSVcGmqQBvrGwAZugGylNRkk-uER0-5bY94tjsc&r=Tou2GfskafF_UnC0yPjAjEzLDhbALx-0EDoLp3_iSss&m=_fEOKVtolaFuctnKbb2skilrnugYmplo2ZBOnCTfJaU&s=Jrl6on8w8lUBauOCHAmtAZGbrlw2ieKyMVvbgNHEx4s&e= 
    As long as you want none of the advantages of RAID to apply to your system as a whole.
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