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Date:  Mon, 20 Feb 2006 18:05:14 +0100
From:  "Leslie Herps" <herps (at mark)>
Subject:  [coba-e:04131] Re: Nuonce CD and USB cdrom
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> I believe that if you are using a harware RAID controller,
> You should do a one drive install.

Correct. Expensive RAID cards make "hide" the second drive from linux.
The CARD does the RAID then.

The cheaper cards do not have the expensive chips, and therefore use a
software raid kind of RAIDing... Then the drive does show, and the system
sees it as a 2 drive system, whereas a hardware RAID only shows 1.

So Gerald is right. If you have an expensive RAID controller, use 1 drive
install. Make sure you properly configure the RAID bios then!!!