Linux Raid

Linux has an excellent RAID solution which is continually evolving.

The community recognises this and a search around the web provides many 'individual' and corporate documents describing how this technology has been used. However, whilst they are (usually) valid at the time of writing they are not maintained and eventually, like the HOWTO at TLDP they begin to risk doing harm rather than good - the raid wiki (now at http://raid.wiki.kernel.org/) provides a central place to manage and maintain this information.

Linux raid issues are discussed in the linux-raid mailing list to be found at

http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html#linux-raid

Currently working on site issues

The ODSL/LF wiki was hit by spam a while back and we had to close down account creation. We found a solution for the spam and hosting and are now pleased to be a part of the managed wiki farm at kernel.org.

Help wanted

Please contact David Greaves or Nick Yeates if you'd like to help with this site.

Linux Raid Wiki has moved to http://raid.wiki.kernel.org/

For many years the Linux Foundation has provided a place to host the linux raid wiki.

Things change and there's now a growing body of wikis on kernel.org - since LF are migrating to a more article based system it is time to move the wiki to a new home....

Thanks for the support and assistance during our stay :)

 

If members of the community have raid related articles (or links to articles elsewhere like LWN)  that would be suitable here then please contact me.

Linux Raid

Linux has an excellent RAID solution which is continually evolving.

The community recognises this and a search around the web provides many 'individual' and corporate documents describing how this technology has been used. However, whilst they are (usually) valid at the time of writing they are not maintained and eventually, like the HOWTO at TLDP they begin to risk doing harm rather than good - the raid wiki (now at http://raid.wiki.kernel.org/) provides a central place to manage and maintain this information.

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