How To Fully Configure Raid {0+5} Or How To Delete Them In Linux Rhel 4&5

In This Tutorial We Are Going To Learn How To Configure Raid {0+5} Just Follow These 6 Simple Steps

Step-1 Firstly we Have To Create 6 Partition 3 Partition In /dev/sda And 3 Partition In /dev/sdb Hard Disk And The Type Of Partition Is Raid type

Here You Can Check The Diagram

Here Firstly we Have To Create Partition

fdisk -l
fdisk /dev/sda
n {for New Partition}
Select Partition 2
t {For Change Partition}
fd {For Raid Partition}
p {For Check Partition Is created Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sda {For Refresh}

fdisk -l
fdisk /dev/sda
n {for New Partition}
Select Partition 3
t {For Change Partition}
fd {For Raid Partition}
p {For Check Partition Is created Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sda {For Refresh}

fdisk -l
fdisk /dev/sda
n {for New Partition}
Select Partition 4
t {For Change Partition}
fd{For Raid Partition}
p {For Check Partition Is created Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sda {For Refresh}

fdisk -l
fdisk /dev/sdb
n {for New Partition}
Select Partition 1
t {For Change Partition}
fd {For Raid Partition}
p {For Check Partition Is created Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sdb {For Refresh}

fdisk -l
fdisk /dev/sdb
n {for New Partition}
Select Partition 2
t {For Change Partition}
fd {For Raid Partition}
p {For Check Partition Is created Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sdb {For Refresh}

fdisk -l
fdisk /dev/sdb
n {for New Partition}
Select Partition 3
t {For Change Partition}
fd {For Raid Partition}
p {For Check Partition Is created Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sdb {For Refresh}

Step-2 Now Our Partition Is Created Now We Have To Create Raid 5 First

#mdadm –create/dev/md1 –level=5–raid-devices=3 /dev/sda2 /dev/sda3 /dev/sda4 
#mdadm –detail /dev/md1 {For Check Raid Is Created Or Not}

#mdadm –create/dev/md2 –level=5–raid-devices=3 /dev/sdb1 /dev/sdb2 /dev/sdb3
#mdadm –detail /dev/md2  {For Check Raid Is Created Or Not}

Step-3 Now Raid-5 Is Created Now We Have To Create Raid-0 Over Raid-5

#mdadm –create/dev/md0 –level=0–raid-devices=2 /dev/md1 /dev/md2 
#mdadm –detail /dev/md0 {For Check Raid Is Created Or Not}

Step-4 Now We Have To Create The Folder And Mount Over The Raid-0

#mkdir /G
#mkfs.ext3 /G
#mount /G 
#df -h 

Step-5 Now Our Raid {0+5} Is Created Now How To Delete Them

First We Have To Unmount The Folder Which We Created On The Raid-0

#Umount /G
#df -h

Now We Delete The Raid

mdadm –detail /dev/md1
mdadm –stop /dev/md1
mdadm –remove /dev/md1

mdadm –detail /dev/md2
mdadm –stop /dev/md2
mdadm –remove /dev/md2


mdadm –detail /dev/md0
mdadm –stop /dev/md0
mdadm –remove /dev/md0

Step-6 Now Our Raid Is Remove Now We Have To Delete The Partition

fdisk /dev/sda
d {For Del The Partition}
Select Partition 2
p {For Check Partition Is Del Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sdb {For Refresh}

fdisk /dev/sda
d {For Del The Partition}
Select Partition 3
p {For Check Partition Is Del Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sdb {For Refresh}

fdisk /dev/sda
d {For Del The Partition}
Select Partition 4
p {For Check Partition Is Del Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sda {For Refresh}

fdisk /dev/sdb
d {For Del The Partition}
Select Partition 1
p {For Check Partition Is Del Or Not}
w {For Save
Partprobe /Dev/Sdb {For Refresh}

fdisk /dev/sdb
d {For Del The Partition}
Select Partition 2
p {For Check Partition Is Del Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sdb {For Refresh}

fdisk /dev/sdb
d {For Del The Partition}
Select Partition 3
p {For Check Partition Is Del Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sdb {For Refresh}

This Is Full tutorial How We Create Or Delete The Raid Or Raid Partition In Linux Rhel 4&5

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