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[linux-lvm] LVM, hardware raid and stride...



Forwarded message from Wesley Darlington (wesley blackstar co uk) ...

-------- Original Message --------
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 15:50:00 +0100
From: Wesley Darlington <wesley blackstar co uk>
Subject: LVM, hardware raid and stride...
Message-ID: <20000411155000 A3774 tux blackstar co uk>

Hi folks,

When creating ext2 filesystems upon hardware raid arrays, it is
traditional
to pass the "stride" parameter to mke2fs so that it can magically
optimise 
the filesystem layout for the array's chunksize/stridesize.

How, if at all, does lvm interfere with this magic? Can any lvm
parameters
be tuned to take advantage of arrays?

Thanks,
Wesley.


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