Michael J. Pawlowsky mikep at
Fri Jan 28 00:32:25 UTC 2005

I don't have any numbers.
But that's my setup on several servers and I didn't really notice any 
slow down.

There are many howto's out there, but this is the one I liked the most. 
   I followed this one because I was on a remote system the first one I 
setup, but have since used similar steps for many other machines.

And yes...  you simply treat your raid device like any other disk when 
creating a lvm.


Mark wrote:
> Hi,
> I read the intro to LVM and like the fact that I can add additional HDs without problems.
> However, if I want to have everything running in a RAID1 configuration in case one of my hard disks decides to crash or break some
> sectors, how do the two work together?
> Do I first configure the RAID1 and put the LVMs on top of my md_ partitions?
> How reliable is this, and how much performance do I loose?
> Thanks,

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