Assembling md arrays at boot time.
These notes apply to 2.6 kernels only and, in some cases,
to 2.6.15 or later.
Md arrays can be assembled at boot time using the 'autodetect' functionality
which is triggered by storing components of an array in partitions of type
'fd' - Linux Raid Autodetect.
They can also be assembled by specifying the component
* mdadm - manage Linux "md" devices aka RAID arrays.
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Please see git logs for detailed change log.
This file just contains highlight.
Changes Prior to release 3.1.3
- mapfile now lives in a fixed location which default to
/dev/.mdadm/map but can be changed at compile time. This
location is choses and most distros provide it during early
boot and preserve it through. As long a /dev exists and is
writable, /dev/.mdadm will be create
- add 'name' field to metadata type and use it.
- use validate_geometry more
- metadata should be
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