I have 6 disks (2x 1tb and 4x 4tb) and want the following setup:
- 2x 1tb disks in raid 1 (mounting point /)
- 4x 4tb disks in raid 5 (mounting point /home)
I got the following messages:
If you put all disks into RAIDs or LVM VGs, there will be nowhere to put the boot partition.
You must mount a partition of a local disk at /boot to continue.
Warning: the /boot filesystem cannot use any softRAID level other than 1 with the stock Ubuntu bootloader. If you want to use some other RAID level for most things, you'll need to create separate partitions and make a RAID1 device for /boot.
I also tried to split the raid 1 in two raid 1, one to mount as / and one to mount as /boot, but i am not able to select /boot as mounting point for the second array (greyed out).
What did i forgot?