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comment Map RAID device to OS level device
There is a command line utility for LSI called megacli. It will list information about RAIDs, but it doesn't list anything about what the RAID is referred to as on the OS.
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comment How can I change the amount and size of Linux ramdisks (/dev/ram0 - /dev/ram15)?
I actually tried this before I posted my question. It is a great solution, but the software I am testing acts differently when it is dealing with a file and not a block device, that is why I was looking at the ramdisk option. Thanks.
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answered How can I change the amount and size of Linux ramdisks (/dev/ram0 - /dev/ram15)?
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comment How can I change the amount and size of Linux ramdisks (/dev/ram0 - /dev/ram15)?
I appreciate the answer and normally a tmpfs would do the trick, but I need to create an xfs filesystem on the part of memory I am writing to.
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comment How can I change the amount and size of Linux ramdisks (/dev/ram0 - /dev/ram15)?
Can I make a filesystem on a tmpfs? I need a block device that resides in memory that I can make a filesystem on. Can I do this on a tmpfs?
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