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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Changes Prior to 2.5.5 release
- Don't #include linux/blkpg.h as that isn't safe. Just
include the content literally.
- Reduce maximum bitmap usage when working with bitmap files,
so that a only single-page allocations are made, even on
64bit hosts with 4K pages.
- Close stray fd in mdassemble so that it can assemble stacked
- If mdassemble finds an array alrea
Want an incremental assembly mode to work nicely with udev.
Core usage would be some
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