Setting UP RAID0 on Fedora

Posted on 2007-08-11
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
Hi! I am trying to setup RAID 0 for Fedora. I have two SATA drives I would like to setup as  RAID0. My motherboard is a P5NE-SLI but I don't know where to begin. The instructions on my motherboard talks about creathing a raid driver disk for windows xp, but I don't see any guidelines for Fedora.
Question by:ShadowColossus
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    Accepted Solution

    P5NE-SLI have no hardware raid onboard. Fakeraids are not supported under linux. Therefore You may wish to go on with linu build-in software raid.
    It can be choosen during installation.

    Author Comment

    thanks for the info

    Author Comment

    i think i was able to setup hardware raid on the p5n-e sli (when to advance device configuration on the bios and enabled the sata ports and was able to configure stripping on the bios) I installed Fedora and it recognized the two drives as one. But I'm not sure if I set up hardare raid0 correctly though.

    Author Comment

    Your correct ravenppl, I guess I was setting up fake raid. I'm going to configure the software RAID.

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