On 6/24/08 3:22 PM, "SoftRAID support" <email@hidden> wrote:
>> I have a new Xserve (Intel 2.0) with the internal RAID card. My
>> intention is to put all three disks in a RAID5 set, then slice up the
>> set into volumes as needed. I'm undecided on slicing either [a] in
>> RAID Util, with the volumes as RAID volumes, or [b] having RAID Util
>> do one big volume, then have Disk Utility slice up smaller volumes
>> inside the RAID volume.
> Disk Utility will not know whether it is a hardware RAID, or a disk. So
> it would work fine.
> Note: ANY TIME YOU RESIZE A VOLUME WITH DISK UTILITY, RESTART
> The resized partition map is not saved to disk until shutdown. It means
> if you resize a volume, then crash, your old partition map will still be
> in effect. Obviously, resizing is very dangerous to do on live systems.
That's insane! Has this been reported as a bug? Did Apple acknowledge that
it's a bug?
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