Using cfdisk made the hd's = FD for both hd's / created partitions + cloned hd's then md1 and m2 etc.
Gparted or the disk util in SL installer seems to have diffuculty in seeing the raided / md2 partitions especially when it comes to the boot partition so will have to manually create 1 /boot as default boot then raided swap / raided root partition with both hd's being cloned yet no md1 raid for /boot only for other partitions waisting 1 /boot on 2nd hd.
This looks like it could do the trick. Did not yet have enough time to experiment / do a proper job about this.
Ext3 is just barely slower than Refs type but nothing worth calling home about 0.27MB/s diffs.
Surprising performance is at 120.37MB/s as it should be and not slower with lvm on top of raided md3 as I supposed it would be. (2x60MB/s sustained over 2x400gb disk's)
Doing the LVM it is limited to 1 hd size if not on raid or something weard will have to check , partitions in LVM ontop of raid0 is limited to 260gb size max likely I stuffed up LMAO.
Dell E1705 laptop core duo t2600 2.16ghz , nvidia7950gtx 512mb , 2gb 667mhz 7200rpm Seagate 160gb 54MB/s + external Sans Digital via 2 Esata from Addonics SIL3132 raid5 express card using 2x wd4000kd's.
Edit: This one looks interesting as well. http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/gentoo-x86 ... nstall.xml