5.6. RAID and Other Disk Devices
5.6.1. Hardware RAID
5.6.2. Software RAID
5.6.3. USB Disks
5.6.4. NVDIMM devices
- Version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux is 7.6 or later.
- The architecture of the system is Intel 64 or AMD64.
- The device is configured to sector mode. Anaconda can reconfigure NVDIMM devices to this mode.
- The device must be supported by the
- The system uses UEFI.
- The device must be supported by firmware available on the system, or by a UEFI driver. The UEFI driver may be loaded from an option ROM of the device itself.
- The device must be made available under a namespace.
/boot/efidirectories on the device. See Section 8.14.4, “Manual Partitioning” for more information. Note that the Execute-in-place (XIP) feature of NVDIMM devices is not supported during booting and the kernel is loaded into conventional memory.
5.6.5. Considerations for Intel BIOS RAID Sets
/etc/crypttabor other configuration files which refer to devices by their device node paths might not work in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. Therefore, you should replace device node paths (such as
/dev/sda) with file system labels or device UUIDs instead. You can find the file system labels and device UUIDs using the