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Re: [linux-lvm] Re: your mail



Hi

I am using the md raid stuff
(http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/daemons/raid/) right now. For the md
stuff both problems (booting md root device and shutdown) were solved in
one way or another. The last time I checked initrd had been used for
booting. I have not tracked how the shutdown problem has been resolved.
Some cleanup may be moved into the unmount call.


As I used AIX before I am waiting for LVM since a long time. I am glad it
is finally here. Now, only JFS must be implemented. Anyone on more details
on this (URLs)?

tnx for the great work
- tom

Michael Marxmeier wrote:

> Heinz wrote:
> > /boot must be in a regular disk partition containing basic commands,
> > device specials and LVM driver/commands.
> > About 20-30MB should be sufficient to set this up.
>
> IMO this could even be less if initrd is used.
> We may need about 1-2 MB per kernel image + 1-2 MB for the initial
> utilities (shell, vgchange, mount).
>
> Michael
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