> This could be done without this field, but then the RAID arrays could be
> started unintentionally by the wrong host. Imagine a host starting the
> wrong RAID array while it has been already started by some other party
> (forcing a rebuild) ugh!
This is already easy and does not require addition of a field to the md
Just only explicitly start disks with the proper uuid in the md superblock.
Don't simply start them all.
(I'll reply to Neil's mail momentarily)
Lars Marowsky-Brée <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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