Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hi! Yes of cause HW Raid. I'll do a test today - i've already prepared testequipment yesterday. Stefan Stefan Seifert schrieb: > On Tuesday 24 November 2009 11:03:11 you wrote: >>> No you haven't. Like newer versions of fdisk you can use partprobe to >>> tell the kernel to re-read partition tables. >>> >>> Regards, >>> Stefan >> Thanks Stefan for your answer. I know partprobe - but does it work on a >> mounted partition? > > For all I know it should work with a mounted partition as well. If the > partition were not mounted or otherwise used, you wouldn't need partprobe. > > And I assume "mounted" in this context means "used as drbd storage device". > I also assume that by RAID you mean some hardware RAID, because partitioning > an MD RAID wouldn't make much sense. > > Like with all these things it's a very good idea to first test it on a test > system. Ideally identical machines, but if not available at least some VM (we > use qemu for that and though its pretty slow, its enough for such tests). Life > gets so much more relaxed, if you don't have to experiment around with your > production machines :) > > Regards, > Stefan