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Re: [linux-lvm] startup scripts



On Fri, 02.02.01, Gashaw Mengistu <gashaw asosa org> wrote:
> 
> Oh .. I am using Mandrake 7.2 with Kernel 2.4.1 compiled with RAID and LVM
> support built in.
> 

Well, if you compiled your kernel with raid autodetect support it does
not matter that much where you put it. If your raid is started by some
startup-script you have to put the lvm-stuff after that.

I think it is quite reasonable to initialize LVM quite early, after
the initial mount of the / filesystem. That way you can mount the
filesystems the usal way at startup - using /etc/fstab. If one of your
PV's is a MD, autodetect support is mandatory.

greetings,

Nils

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