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Configure and Install HP Proliant With Redhat Linux Enterprise

Configure and Install HP Proliant With Redhat Linux Enterprise

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Published by: Biswajit Das on Jul 31, 2013
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1Purpose
This document contains procedures on how to configure and install HPPROLIANT with Redhat Linux Enterprise.
2To Plan for the Configuration
2.1Decide the number of logical drives that you want to set up asboot device & as data device.
For syslog server:
Logical drive #1 - Boot Device- consist of physical drive 1 & 2 (72GB each)
Logical drive #2 - Data Device- consist of physical drive 3 & 4 & 5 & 6 & 7 & 8 (146GB each)
2.2Choose the Raid Level
In the syslog server, RAID 1+0 is chosen for Boot Device (Operating System)and RAID 5 for Data Device (Data storage) respectively.RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. A RAID0 logical driveuses all of the available drive capacity for storage. This requires at least onedrive and is the least fault tolerant meaning if any one drive fails, the logicaldrive is no longer available. A RAID1 logical drive mirrors the contents of onedrive to another. The logical drive is one-half of the total capacity of the twodrives used. This requires a minimum of two drives and provides better faulttolerance because any one drive can fail without affecting data integrity.In syslog case, we choose:
Boot Device - RAID 1+0
 
 A RAID1+0 logical drive mirrors the contents of one set of drives to another set of drives. The logical drive is one-half the capacity of the total of the drivesavailable. This is the most fault tolerant because up to two drives can fail aslong as they are not in the same mirror set.
Data Device – RAID 5
 A RAID5 logical drive uses the equivalent of one drive’s capacity for parity butstripes the parity information on all drives. This implementation requires atleast three drives and n-1 drive is used for parity. This provides better faulttolerance because any one drive can fail without affecting data integrity. ARAID ADG logical drive uses the equivalent of two drive’s capacities for paritybut stripes the parity information on all drives. This requires at least four drives and n-2 drives are used for parity. This provides the best fault tolerancebecause any two drives can fail without affecting data integrity

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