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Old 12-10-2009, 09:52 PM
John R Pierce
 
Default raid10, centos 4.x

I just created a 4 drive mdadm --level=raid10 on a centos 4.8-ish system
here, and shortly thereafter remembreed I hadn't updated it in a while,
so i ran yum update...

while installing/updating stuff, got these errors:

Installing: kernel #######################
[14/69]
raid level raid10 (in /proc/mdstat) not recognized
...
Installing: kernel-smp #######################
[19/69]
raid level raid10 (in /proc/mdstat) not recognized


is this a problem? the raid10 'seems' to work....





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