Changes between Version 31 and Version 32 of install_debian


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Timestamp:
Mar 31, 2008, 8:43:08 AM (14 years ago)
Author:
Jamie McClelland
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    3737Physical volume for RAID array (or ext3 if one disk system)
    3838}}}
    39  * Add a second parition (on each disk if there are two disks) that is:
    40 {{{
    41 Takes up remaining space
    42 Physical volume for RAID array (or Physical volume for LVM if one disk system)
    43 }}}
     39 * Add a second parition (on each disk if there are two disks) that:
     40  * Takes up remaining space
     41  * Physical volume for RAID array (or Physical volume for LVM if one disk system)
    4442 * Choose "Congifure software RAID" (skip step if one disk system)
    4543  * Choose "Create MD Device"
     
    5048  * Click Continue. Repeat for second partition on each device.
    5149  * When you are done, click Finish. Now you are back at the partition menu.
    52  * Scroll down to the raid devices (or apply straight to your partitions if it's a one disk system). Modify as follows:
    53 {{{
    54 250 MB RAID device: Filesystem: ext3, mount on /boot
     50 * Scroll down to the raid devices (or apply straight to your partitions if it's a one disk system). Modify the 250 MB RAID device: Filesystem: ext3, mount on /boot
    5551Remaining: Physical Volume for LVM
    56 }}}
    57  * Choose "Congifure LVM"
     52 * Encrypt the larger, remaining device.
     53 * Choose "Congifure LVM" (selecting the device encrypted in the previous step)
    5854 * Create a volume group called `vg_`''nameofserver''`0`
    5955 * Create logical volumes in this volume group based on your needs. A `dom0` will only need a 1GB root partition. A "normal" server might need a 1 GB root, 3GB `/usr`, 5 GB `/var` and 512 MB swap.