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Re: How to safely switch grub booting in-place from one drive to a repla
darrin . thomas
Re: How to safely switch grub booting in-place from one drive to a replacement with RAID?
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:24:47 -0800
On 02/23/2017 08:03 AM, Andrei Borzenkov wrote:
>> I just want to be sure I understand what you mean by 'each disk'.
>> Each Disk of the array?
>> In my case that's
>> grub-install /dev/sdb
>> grub-install /dev/sdc
>> Or do you really mean
>>> grub-install /dev/sda <-------- the single, non-RAID disk
>>> grub-install /dev/sdb <-------- only ONE disk of the array
> If you intend to remove sda and leave only sdb, sdc as the only drives -
> yes, but then it is more involved than that.
That's my goal - to end up with only /dev/md0 = /dev/sdb+/dev/sdc in place.
/dev/sda will eventually go away.
> Could you run https://github.com/arvidjaar/bootinfoscript and make
> RESULTS.txt available?
I'm swapping in a new power supply and case right now :-) I'll get it posted
as soon as it's back together and up and running again.
> Yes, grub2 supports all 1.x metadata variants.
>> I think that's done here on Opensuse with
> No. device.map is almost always irrelevant for grub2 installation.
> Device for installation is stored in /etc/default/grub_installdevice;
Wow didn't know about that one! Thanks for pointing it out.
> if you use YaST to configure bootloader and YaST detects that /boot/grub2
> is on RAID1 it should automatically configure system to install grub in
> MBR of both disks.
This time around trying to do it all from command line so I can understand
what's going on without it all hidden behind a UI.
Re: How to safely switch grub booting in-place from one drive to a replacement with RAID?, Xen, 2017/02/23