There have not been a lot of issues for me. Everything was much as expected, but I had hoped the RAID (dmraid) issue had been solved with the new kernel and all.
I have two machines with an existing BIOS supported RAID set - one nvidia and one SiS. What strikes me is that we have a bootoption (dodmraid) but no arguments!
Searching, I found one guy who had his RAID configured by doing 'dmraid -ay', this format doesn't conform to the LS bootoptions, so I am wondering if I can interface with device mapper from a root terminal like this, or if anybody have any other good idea?
SuSe 10.2 finds my RAID quite on it's own without any boot commands or anything, why is it so mysterious for us?
Tony. . .
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