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Old 9th March 2009, 04:02 PM
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Jmicron software raid 1 seen as raid during install, as 2 disk after


I've a jmicron onboard sata controller (mb asus p5k) on which I've succesfully made my raid 1 logical volume.

During FC10 64bit install all is seen correctly (/dev/mapper/MYRAID) and I can make all my lvm, swap and so on.

Grub bootloder is correctly installed. After booting into my new fc10 installation I have the 2 raid disk presented separately as sda and sdb ... tried the installation more time, with different partition layout, but no luck.

Any suggestion?

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