RAID + UEFI
lange at cs.uni-koeln.de
Fri Jan 22 10:33:25 CET 2021
>>>>> On Thu, 21 Jan 2021 18:13:25 +0100, Alexander Thomas <alexander.thomas at esaturnus.com> said:
> I would prefer the second method because it is not a hack. I have
> successfully tried it with only 1 disk in the RAID during install, but
> with 2 disks there is a problem. The disk_config for this 2-disk case
> currently looks like:
> disk_config disk1 disklabel:gpt bootable:1
> primary /boot/efi 512M vfat rw
> primary - 512M - -
> primary - 1G-4G - -
> primary - 30G-36G - -
> primary - 4G- - -
> disk_config disk2 sameas:disk1 bootable:1
> Obvious problem: the `sameas` also clones the /boot/efi mount point,
> and install fails with “mount point /boot/efi used twice”.
> Is there an easy way around this, like some mountdisks hook script, or
> is the ESP-inside-RAID a better option after all?
The only workaround I know is not to use samas, but to copy the config
from disk1 to disk2 and then remove the mount point from disk2.
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