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Then, create your RAID devices with mkraid. mkraid md0 md1 md2 Activate the RAID devices with raidstart. raidstart md0 md1 md2 Create your file systems on the raid devices. mkfs.ext3 md0 md1 md2 You can then migrate the /boot, /, and /home files from your current hard disk to your RAID devices. Install your boot loader on the first RAID device, md0, and load the root file system from the second RAID device, md1.
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For easier hard disk storage management, you can set up your system to use the Logical Volume Manager (LVM), creating LVM partitions that are organized into logical volumes to which free space is automatically allocated. Logical Volumes provide a more flexible and powerful way of dealing with disk storage, organizing physical partitions into logical volumes in which you can easily manage disk space. Disk storage for a logical volume is treated as one pool of memory, though the volume may in fact contain several hard disk partitions spread across
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In an LVM structure, LVM physical partitions, also known as extents, are organized into logical groups, which are in turn used by logical volumes. In effect, you are dealing with three different levels of organization. At the lowest level, you have physical volumes. These are physical hard disk partitions that you create with partition creation tools like parted or fdisk. The partition type can be any standard Linux partition type, like ext3 or ext2. These physical volumes are organized into logical groups, known as volume groups, that operate much like logical hard disks. You assign collections of physical volumes to different logical groups. For example, if you have physical volumes consisting of the hard disk partitions hda2, hda3, hdb1, hdb2, and hdb3 on two hard disks, hda and hdb, you could assign some of them to one logical group and others to another logical group. The partitions making up the different logical groups can be from different physical hard drives. For example, hda2 and hdb3 could belong to the logical group turtle and hda3, hdb2, and hdb3 could make up a different logical group, say rabbit. The logical group name could be any name you want to give it. It is much like naming a hard drive. Once you have your logical groups, you can then create logical volumes. Logical volumes function much like hard disk partitions on a standard setup. For example, on the turtle group volume, you could create a /var logical volume, and on the rabbit logical group, you could create a /home and a /projects logical volume. You can have several logical volumes on one logical group, just as you can have several partitions on one hard disk. You treat the logical volumes as you would any ordinary hard disk partition. You create a file system on it with the mkfs command, and then you can mount the file system to use it with the mount command.
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Storage on logical volumes is managed using what are known as extents. A logical group defines a standard size for an extent, say 4MB, and then divides each physical volume in its group into extents of that size. Logical volumes are, in turn, divided into extents of the same size, which are then mapped to those on the physical volumes. There is one restriction and recommendation for Logical Volumes. The boot partition cannot be part of a logical volume. You still have to create a separate hard disk partition as your boot partition with the /boot mount point in which your kernel and all needed boot files are installed. In addition, it is recommended that you do not place your root (/) partition on a logical volume. Doing so can complicate any needed data recovery.
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