I have just installed Ubuntu 12.04LTS on a separate HDD to dual boot with Window 7 x64. My Windows install is on an SSD and my system includes two 3TB Seagate drives in Raid 1. Raid is provided by the motherboard's Intel chipset. The SSD is on a different Sata chip by AsMedia. The mobo is an AsRock Z77-Pro4.
In Windows, I have the Intel Storage software that checks the Raid array for synch problems and any other issues. This works fine.
What I would like to ask is whether that same Raid array can be seen as one drive from Ubuntu. As it stands, Ubuntu recognises that I have TWO separate 3TB HDD, named /sda and /sdb.
Is there a way for Ubuntu to recognise that both these drives are in fact supposed to be seen as one and keep them in sync if I change or update something in one of them? Will the change be reflected in both of them once the array is accessed through Windows?
Thank you for any help.