> How do you expect the system to boot a kernel scattered across severalHow the hell would I know? I've never been tasked with implementing> drives without having the SVM software running, which can't happen until
> the kernel loads?
RAID on a Solaris machine--usually that was already done before I
arrived. I already admitted I don't have a clue what's going on, and
the docs only confuse me more. I got a little bit further in the SVM,
but the system is confusing the hell out of me. One disk has no
partitions mounted at all, and the other disk has TWO partitions
around 36 GB (one being home and the other being backup). Don't know
how that's possible since it's only a 36 GB SCSI. And then when I try
to mount a partition or change a partition's attributes to unassigned
or anything else, it throws some Java exception about not being able
to load partition information.
Jeebers..... Linux is about 100x easier than this. But I guess this
is what keeps Sun professional consultants in business!
You didn't answer the question anyway, so please don't respond with
sly remarks unless you can help!!!