Alp said it actually:
>> In hipster 16.04, can you specify a full two-disk mirror for root
>> right at the start of installing from live DVD media??
> No, but you can follow
This leads you to a very useful summary written by Jim Klimov and teaches you
what is what.
And as stated there:
"The information and procedures below can help if you are migrating your system
to a new rpool device, or perhaps if you are into writing new installation
I also bugged Dave Miner 5 to 8 years ago on caiman-discuss why they never
thought about incorporating at least some few advanced extra options into the
They repeatedly and all over again told me I shall SHUT UP (and Sanjay Nadkarni
that person - on Illumos-devel everybody saw which lies he now claims about me,
only because I wasn't happy at all with IPS at the time [for valid reasons] and
also complained about the same things as you in Caiman GUI, on
caiman-disc...@opensolaris.org) and they wanted it in the slim (hence the name)
way they did it.
Simply because to re-visualize all the permutations of available cmd line
complexity into a GUI isn't possible anyway.
Nevertheless, this Sanjay Nadkarni heavily and for all times disappointed me
with the trash he "contributed" to Illumos-devel last month without any reason,
and I never saw him posting much to Illumos-Devel ever before, what a
Now, you are free to do that (to add the wanted functionality) as slim_install
is open-src (until the point when they moved it into OS/Net in September 2012
and hence closed it).
If not, then follow your own suggestion and let Caiman hide that complexity
from you, perform a default install and afterwards add mirrors.
I'm on your side, but just use the default and add mirrors later.
It's easy. And it's reliable.
>Четверг, 22 сентября 2016, 5:15 UTC от Michael Kruger <makruger2...@gmail.com>:
>On 09/21/2016 03:17 PM, Alexander Pyhalov wrote:
>>> In hipster 16.04, can you specify a full two-disk mirror for root
>>> right at the start of installing from live DVD media??
>> No, but you can follow
>While the article you provided would certainly provide greater control
>over the pool creation process, this all looks pretty complicated. How
>would OI be installed to such a pool?
>Wouldn't it be easier to simply mirror the rpool after the installation
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