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That is most certannly possible to do, and on that board also. You have 6 SATA ports, plus the express ports (shared with M2). It is also common—and somewhat smart to form—2 seperate arrays when doing (for example) 4 hard disks, because copying from/to utilizes 2 seperate sets of hardware storage, instead of doing “I-While-O” doing input and output from the ...


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Gentoo on my home server boots from a single-drive Btrfs which I created like this (though the custom options should be irrelevant and the complete installation obviously required a lot more steps in between these relevant lines): mkfs.btrfs -f -s 4k -n 4k -O extref,skinny-metadata,no-holes /dev/sda grub-install /dev/sda grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg ...


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Resolution 𝕎𝔸ℝℕ𝕀ℕ𝔾: The instructions below delete your existing RAID setup and create a new md RAID 1 array with two entire block devices, /dev/sdc and /dev/sdd. Ensure that your kernel has the RAID 1 md module loaded with either of these commands: lsmod | grep 'raid1\s' grep 'Personalities : .*\[raid1\]' /proc/mdstat If you do not get an ...


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This might be the answer you are looking for. It makes Windows re-evaluate the hardware and makes the HDD reappear as it is and not SSD. So, whether it works on RAID or not can only be assessed by trying the same on them. How to switch from SSD to HD in Windows 8.1? I cloned my SSD to a HDD, but Windows still thinks its solid state It's suggested here ...


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Turns out you can't create with ashift=12 in zfs-fuse: # zpool create -n -o ashift=12 test /dev/disk/by-id/scsi-SATA_...... property 'ashift' is not a valid pool property But it works with the one from github zfs+spl 0.6.5.x: # dd if=/dev/zero of=/tmp/testfile bs=1M count=64 # zpool create -o ashift=12 test /tmp/testfile # dd if=/dev/zero of=/tmp/...


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Hmmm one answer too long the other too short. RST "raid" is mainly for use if you are dual-booting a workstation since Intel produces windows and Linux drivers and you can configure the raid in BIOS. You configure RAID, partition the virtual disk and can dual boot with both OS'es understanding the multiple partitions. mdam is for if the server is ...



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