Felix Miata wrote:
On 2013-11-07 09:18 (GMT+0100) Per Jessen composed:
I guess mdadm is a pretty critical component :-),
but do I really
need to rename the binary to prevent it being started?
Maybe blacklist it out of initrd to keep it from loading. Locking it
out should allow use of a RAID mirror disk as a regular disk, in case
you ever need that. :-p
It's not in the initrd, it's simply part of the system that was
If mkinitrd made your initrd you might try a switch to
dracut, which I
hear defaults to a hostonly option that leaves unneeded components
Not related here, but dracut doesn't default to hostonly, and it doesn't
seem to support network booting and iscsi.
Per Jessen, Zürich (15.2°C)
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