when startup delays become bugs (dmraid)
h.reindl at thelounge.net
Sat May 18 10:52:56 UTC 2013
Am 18.05.2013 11:17, schrieb Nicolas Mailhot:
> Le Sam 18 mai 2013 05:39, T.C. Hollingsworth a écrit :
>> On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 7:34 PM, Adam Williamson <awilliam at redhat.com>
>>> You could transfer the install to a system which contains a dmraid
>>> array, or add a dmraid array to an existing install (I think this thread
>>> has been considering only the case of the installed system itself being
>>> on the RAID array). Of course, the case where the installed system is
>>> not on the RAID array is much less 'urgent' - your system doesn't stop
>>> working, you just have to figure out you need to enable the service /
>>> install the tool in order to see the array.
>> Yeah, but you'd need to do some manual configuration there anyway.
>> Adding `yum install dmraid` to that isn't really a massive burden.
> That's really a terrible argument. It's why you get so many one thousand
> paper cut moments in IT nowadays
to it is a *very good argument*
nobody needs *everything and all* in a *core setup* and i get my
paper cut moments where people trying to make defaults and
core setups idiot proof which will *never* success
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