wiki:Internal/MachineConfigs/dhcp2

DHCP2

IP: 10.0.0.8

Serivces: DHCP, DNS, SSH, LDAP

OS:

more /etc/lsb-release
DISTRIB_ID=Ubuntu
DISTRIB_RELEASE=9.10
DISTRIB_CODENAME=karmic
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 9.10"

Kernel:

uname -a
Linux dhcp2 2.6.31-16-server #53-Ubuntu SMP Tue Dec 8 05:08:02 UTC 2009 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Disk Configuration:

The Partitioner should look like this:

RAID1 device #0 - 4.0 GB Software RAID device
#1  4.0 GB F EXT4 /boot
RAID1 device #1 - 65.0 GB Software RAID device
#1  70 GB F EXT4 /
SCSI1 (0,0,0) (sda) - 80.0 GB ATAT WDC WD800AAJS-70
#1 primary 4.0 GB B K RAID
#2 primary 65.0 GB  K RAID
#3 primary 4.0 GB  F SWAP SWAP
SCSI2 (0,0,0) (sdb) - 80.0 GB ATAT WDC WD800AAJS-70
#1 primary 4.0 GB B K RAID
#2 primary 70.0 GB  K RAID
6.0GB FREE SPACE

These are the steps I took to make the partitons:

  1. choose manual partitioning
  2. choose the scsc1 (0,0,0) (sda) ... item
  3. it will ask you to create a new partition table for said disk (and thus erase every thing that was there). do so
  4. repeat for the second disk
  5. create a 4 gb partition on the fist disk, and set it to be used for raid, and give it the bootable flag
  6. create a 70 gb partition on the fist disk behind the first partiton , and set it to be used for raid
  7. do the same for the second disk
  8. create a 6 gb partition on the first disk
  9. choose configure raid, created raid device, and then choose raid1 (mirror)
  10. specify sda1 and sdb1 for the first raid device
  11. repeat with sda2 and sdb2.
  12. choose the first raid device and specify ext4 as the file system and /boot as the mount point
  13. choose the second raid device and specify ext4 as the file system and / as the mount point
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