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RE: Please Help -- Raid shutdown problem



Unfortunately this is not an option right now. I'm more on the track of,
I need to understand what went wrong and how I can resolve the issue.
Especially with the shutdown problem. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Nick Burrett [mailto:nick dsvr net]
Sent: Wednesday, August 07, 2002 12:57 PM
To: Aaron D. Lewis
Cc: ext3-users redhat com
Subject: Re: Please Help -- Raid shutdown problem


Aaron D. Lewis wrote:

> How can I install the GRUB boot information to both disks so the
system will boot even if one disk fails? So far we have done, from a
grub prompt, root (hda0,1) and setup (hda0,1) when the system tries to
boot it says error loading operating system. The first partition is swap
that's why we used 0,1

An alternative might be to network boot pxegrub, the grub menu list and 
a kernel image from a tftp server.  It would solve all your problems for

now and in the future.  We converted all our systems to do this and you 
wouldn't believe the amount of hassle it saved.

Regrads,


Nick.


-- 
Nick Burrett
Development Manager, Designer Servers Ltd.   http://www.dsvr.co.uk





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