" DiskMan" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:
You need to use PC partition tables and mark the raid partitions with
type 0xfd (I think, fdisk will tell you the correct number). On boot,
the kernel will assemble the arrays automatically. You'll still need
to mount them explicitly. Just put a line in /etc/fstab for that.
Your arrays will be called /dev/md0, /dev/md1 etc. There is no
standard way of creating partitions inside raid arrays. There are
some patches floating around, but nothing in the official kernel.