How to create a software RAID-1 array with mdadm on Linux

Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) is a storage technology that combines multiple hard disks into a single logical unit to provide fault-tolerance and/or improve disk I/O performance. Depending on how data is stored in an array of disks (e.g., with striping, mirroring, parity, or any combination thereof), different RAID levels are defined (e.g., RAID-0, […]Continue reading…The post How to create a software RAID-1 array with mdadm on Linux appeared first on Xmodulo.Related FAQs:How to backup a hard disk on Linux How to clean up disk space on Linux How to set up a Samba file server to use with Windows clients What are useful CLI tools for Linux system admins How to manage LVM volumes on CentOS / RHEL 7 with System Storage Manager
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Learn more about free and open source software at Software Freedom Day 2014

The days of free and open source software being something that only pasty white guys living in their moms’ basements cared about are long gone. Today, the FOSS movement is absolutely huge, with even big companies buying into the concept thanks to the cost savings and beneficial functionality offered by increasingly competitive and polished FOSS options.
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Linux Software Release, August 2014

Open-source software comes in a wide variety of flavors. From conservative to bleeding-edge, from experimental to stable, the software changes all the time, trying to meet the needs of the users. With that in mind, I start this month post with an introduction to cppcheck, one of the few source code analysis tools available on Linux platform. I continue as usual with the list of the latest software releases as picked up from developer’s ftp servers.
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