Hey guys, I moved from windows 10 to mint recently and was wondering if I’m booting from raid 0 correctly. With windows I used the Intel “we say it’s hardware but it’s actually software” raid and striped two sdds into a raid 0 array that gave me 1GBps throughput.
To obtain the same result in mint I found an article about it here ( https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2328131) and followed the guide in the pages 18-22 ( http://dl.fullcirclemagazine.org/issue104_en.pdf ) that basically taught me to divide the disks in 4 partitions each ( /boot, / , swap and /home) and then stitch them together with MDADM using ext4 on all four except boot. I made the /boot partition with 256 mb but now every time I boot Mint tells me it’s running out of space on /boot with only a few mb remaining.
Am I doing RAID 0 on Mint the right way? What is a good size for a /boot partition? Should I have used btfrs instead of ext4?