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Select whether or not to clear the Master Boot Record (MBR). You can also choose to remove all the existing partitions, remove all the existing Linux partitions, or preserve existing partitions.
You can initialize the disk label to the default for the architecture of the system (msdos for x86 and gpt for Itanium). Select Initialize the disk label if you are installing on a brand new hard drive.
To create a partition, click the Add button. The Partition Options window shown in Figure 7-5 will appear. Choose mount point, file system type, and partition size for the new partition. Optionally, you can also choose from the following:
To edit an existing partition, select the partition from the list and click the Edit button. The same Partitions Options window that appears when you add a partition appears, except it contains the values for the selected partition. Modify the partition options and click OK.
To delete an existing partition, select the partition from the list and click the Delete button.
Read Chapter 3 to learn more about RAID and the different RAID levels. RAID 0, 1, and 5 can be configured.
To create a software RAID partition, use the following steps:
Repeat these steps to create as many partitions as needed for your RAID setup. All of your partitions do not have to be RAID partitions.
After creating all the partitions needed to form a RAID device, follow these steps:
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