I'm sorry, I don't have an answer to your problem, but I have a problem myself
installing raid1 support on my system. I have to hard-disks with the partitions
sda1...3 and sdb1...3. sda1 is the boot partition, sda2 the swap, sda3 that one
which contains all data (mountpoint /).
Now I wanted to have sda3 and sdb3 as md0 with raid1. How can I do this? I'm using
S.u.S.E. 5.3 with kernel 2.0.35 I always get the error /dev/sda3 already busy.
Modprobe means, it couldn't load support for raid1, just for linear and raid0,
although it was compiled into the kernel.
I would be very happy, if you can give me some advice.
> I have got two hard disks running on a raid1 system. And I want to implement the
> quota system on top of it. The problem is what do I put in the fstab entry?? I
> need to activate the raid1 first thru the /dev/md0, but I can't possibly put
> that in the fstab entry, can I??
> Any ideas on how I can get this going??