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Install SUSE SLES9 with Software RAID and LVM using Service Pack 1
Get step-by-step instructions on how to install SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server (SUSE SLES9) with Software RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) and LVM (Logical Volume Management) using Service Pack 1. Software RAID on POWER is different from using Software RAID on Intel(R), due to a different boot loader. Information on using Service Pack 2 is also available.
Articles 29 Sep 2005
Install SUSE SLES9 with software RAID and LVM using Service Pack 2
Get step-by-step instructions on how to install SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server (SUSE SLES9) with Software RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) and LVM (Logical Volume Management) using Service Pack 2. Due to a different boot loader, Software RAID on POWER is different from using Software RAID on Intel(R). If you need to install Service Pack 1, "Install SUSE SLES9 with Software RAID and LVM using Service Pack 1" provides detailed installation instructions.
Articles 27 Oct 2005
Disk mirroring using software RAID on RHEL 3.0 AS for IBM pSeries
Linux based software RAID provides a cost effective data mirroring solution for entry level IBM pSeries systems shipped with dual internal disks. This article describes how to set up RHEL 3.0 AS on an IBM pSeries system so both the Linux OS and data files (if required) are installed over a software RAID device, and the system operation is not affected by a physical disk failure. While such a setup is easily configured out of the box on the x86 version of widely used distributions (RHEL and SLES), doing the same for IBM pSeries requires a different approach.
Articles 27 May 2004
LPI exam 201 prep: Hardware
In this tutorial, David Mertz and Brad Huntting continue preparing you to take the Linux Professional Institute Intermediate Level Administration (LPIC-2) Exam 201. In this fourth of eight tutorials, you learn how to add and configure hardware to a Linux system, including RAID arrays, PCMCIA cards, other storage devices, displays, video controllers, and other components.
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Tutorial 02 Sep 2005
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