I am having some problems trying to get LUbuntu working with RAID 0. (I am using LUbuntu Alternate 64bit).
- /dev/sda 2.0TB Physical Disk;
- /dev/sdb 2.0TB Physical Disk;
- /dev/sdc 2.0TB Physical Disk;
- /dev/sdd 2.0TB Physical Disk;
I run the installer and opt for the manual partitioning. On each disk, I create a partition:
- 1.99TB "physical volume for RAID"
I then create a software RAID 0 from each of the /dev/sd*1 partitions. This RAID partition is then set to Ext4, and mount point of "/".
Then on each disk I create another partition:
- 2GB "physical volume for RAID"
I then create a software RAID 0 from each of the /dev/sd*2 partitions. This RAID partition is then set to "swap" (so 8GB swap for 8GB RAM).
I then create a 1GB Ext4 partition on /dev/sda, and set the mount point of "/boot". (This is partition /dev/sda3).
Once done, I write the partitions to disk.
When I get to the GRUB install screen, I configure it to install to /dev/sda3 and everything seems successful, but on reboot it cannot find the operating system.
Am I doing this all wrong, or is there something I am missing?