I am trying to get the Pi to boot off a RAID array (after the SD card has loaded the kernel - or course).
I have built RAID support into the kernel (not as a module).
I have created an array with metadata=0.90.
All devices contain partition type fd (linux raid auto-detect).
Edited cmdline.txt so it contains the line md=0,/dev/...,/dev/....,etc...
On reboot the kernel reports (at around 3 seconds) that 0 Devices Scanned 0 Found
It seems that the USB devices are found just after this step. So, the array can't be found because of this.
Do you guys what needs to be done to the kernel to solve this?
As, I think it would make a massive difference to the Pi environment (especially in X) if it can throw data around at 55MB/s as opposed to 20MB/s. Don't you think
Any ideas would be absolutely awesome.