I've looked all over, but simply cannot find the answer to this question.
I have a dual boot system. XP SP3 32bit and Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit. I'm only keeping XP around until Lightworks gets its Linux version ready and stable, then bye-bye Micro$oft.
XP is installed on the first drive (2 TB, 2 NTFS partitions, C (system) and a D (data)) Ubuntu 12.04 is installed onto another 2 TB drive.
Have a Gigabyte board, 16GB memory, 8 core AMD processor. All works fine. I've set up the drive configuration to use SATA Raid function.
I have two additional 1 TB drives (NTFS) that I am configuring into a Raid 0 (speed up video rendering) using the fakeraid, so I can access from either OS.
I have an additional 2 TB drive coming that I will be using as an auto backup for the Raid 0.
I have an 850W power supply, lots of cooling, so no problem with heat or power.
XP recognizes the two 1 TB drives as a single 2TB drive as a Raid 0. Drives are set as "basic" and not as "dynamic", so both OSes could see them. Ubuntu only recognizes 1 TB of the drive space and not the full 2 TB.
I'm old and ugly, so where am I screwing up? Why doesn't Ubuntu see the full 2 TB in the Raid 0 array. In fact, not even sure it recognizes the drive(s) as a Raid.
Thanks in advance, I'm sure this is something fairly easy, but everywhere I look references are for Raid 1 and dual boot disks. This isn't my case.
UPDATE : Used GParted to get both 1 TB drives recognized, but still don't know if Ubuntu is looking at them as a RAID 0 or simply as two 1 TB drives. Please forgive my stupidity but it has been about 15 years since I first got into Linux and only in the last month or so have I made it a priority, so having to learn/relearn and this old guy forgets a lot of stuff. :-)