I don't know why, but BIOS is not able to switch to more than one HDD.
As I said in my previous message, you need to tell it which one hosts the boot sector. It assumes it is the first one by default which is a good behaviour.
but we, geeks, are not using…
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(Quote from KM0201)
No. As you can see on the screenshot, the show as ATA (Serial ATA, actually).
(Quote from votdev)
Thanks for the notice. I didn't get at first the purpose of this button. It is now clear
An OMV journey begins
I installed OMV 5.5.22-1 today.
I have 4 disks:
500, 250, 250 for data
32GB for the system
The 250GB were used disks, so I went to filesystems and cleaned them:
But when I try to create my…
(Quote from doscott)
This is one way, but reading the thread, all BTRFS stuff has to go through CLI. I'm not afraid, but I would prefer a GUI-compatible solution.
I'm thinking out loud:
- Can I use mergerfs on the two 256 then create a RAID1 with this and…
I just installed my leftover system with OMV 5.5.11 on a 32GB stick.
My initial target was a RAID1 with two 512GB disks. I ended up with 3 SSD : 256 + 256 + 512
What would be the best way to assemble my disks to reach my goal ?
Thanks for your help