Stakanov composed on 2021-01-27 13:01 (UTC+0100):
27 gennaio 2021 12:43:54 CET, Carlos E. R. composed:
> ...I prefer true software
> raid. The disadvantage is you can not double boot to Windows.
sda2 Windows reserved
sda3 Windows system
sda4 Linux RAID
sdb1 Windows data
sdb2 Linux RAID
But can I set up an UEFI system with a mdadm driven
root device as RAID1?
Not that dramatic with TW as standalone machine nevertheless I wondered.
And, supplement, "provided that I am using only
SSD for root. (Talking here
about a standard installation with BTRFS, non encrypted and not LVM.
I have one PC using UEFI plus RAID. OSes are on the M.2 NVME. Linux RAID data is
on a pair of rotating rusts. This PC is similar, OSes are on ordinary MBR SSD,
data on MBR RR pair.
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