How to boot from secondary disk in RAID 1 in X86 ?

Posted on 2009-04-26
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
How to do the 'autofailover' of disk if RAID 1 is configured for Root(/) file system in X86. Which file to edit and add the configuration. Thanks!
Question by:beer9
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    Apart from disk mirroring for root (/), can't we do slice mirroring boot from alternate slice ? Thanks!
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    that is what is shown in the first link to create alternate boot option in boot mrnu

    Author Comment

    Thanks a lot Omar, it would really help me :-)

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    Thank you Omar :-)

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