When adding multiple partitions with the same volume name can a "RAID" header check be performed?
Bootstrapping the system, "RAID" partitions can be merged using a pool for each volume?
Also the option when creating a "RAID" partition for the parts to be "mirror" and "append" sequence ID marked.
Alternate sizing option ( mirror an existing partition / append existing).
This would be a helpful step towards building ZFS style feature support as far as my limited understanding indicates.
In mirror/append cases the sequence ID generally orders blocks and is inverse priority (filesystem optimization hint.)
How to build a single volume of many parts to be handled by a volume pool mechanism?
OpenZFS and Solaris ZFS documentation may help model this for an Amiga system raid framework?
CANCELLED: I'be found another way to set this up without OS component modifications.
Last edited by Belxjander
on Mon Sep 05, 2016 2:38 am, edited 1 time in total.