Multiple Device driver utilities
The Multiple Device driver's main goal is to group several disks or
partitions together, making them look like a single block device.
This includes linear adding of disks and RAID-0.
This is the Nth public release of MD, which stands for Multiple
Devices. Its main goal is to group several disks or partitions
together, making them look like a single block device. Furthermore,
it is interface independent, so it is possible to mix IDE
(MFM/RLL/ESDI/AT-BUS), SCSI, and even old XT-like disks.
Note that Roger E. Wolff <R.E.Wolff@et.tudelft.nl> wrote a similar
thing named red. T
This is version 0.31.0 of the MD list of frequently asked
questions (FAQ). This FAQ accompanies version 0.31 of the MD
software and was last revised on August 29, 1995.
MD is the Multi-Device disk driver for the Linux kernel. This
driver provides RAID support in software as well as a linear
mode of joining 2 or more disks into a single logical device
that can be fo
mdtab - configuration file for md devices
/etc/mdtab is a configuration file for the md tools (mdadd
and co). Its goal is to record a configuration for each md
device the system should be configurated for.
/etc/mdtab describe each md device, one per line, wi
mdcreate - creat
mdutils (0.35-20) frozen unstable; urgency=medium, closes=19247
* Added documentation for RAID on
Nov. 94 : Work begins.
Dec. 94 v0.01 : First version, directly changing buffers' device
This is Debian/GNU Linux's prepackaged version of Marc Zyngier's md
Browse inside mdutils_0.35-20.deb