[lug] LVM and modifying software RAID setup

Dan Ferris dan at usrsbin.com
Fri Nov 3 06:42:14 MST 2006


Good luck.  I didn't even think it was possible until I saw that tool.

The other possibility is to use 2 RAID 1 arrays and then use LVM to do 
the striping between them which will probably be slower than a true RAID 


D. Stimits wrote:
> Do the modern fedora and similar systems LVM allow creating a RAID-0 
> stripe, and then later on adding more drives and turning it into a 
> RAID-1,0 system (without reinstalling...can it do this on a live system)?
> Nope, don't have the drives, but I'm thinking about it :P
> D. Stimits, stimits AT comcast DOT net
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