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6- Mount the RAID device

With the mount directory created, you use the Disk and Network Filesystems module to mount the RAID array to it. Figure 11 shows the correct dropdown selection and Figure 12 the window that results.

Creating an ext3 mount

Figure 11: Creating an ext3 mount

The changes on this page are circled in red. Mounted As points to the mount directory, RAID Device is set to the created RAID array and Allow Users to Mount this Filesystem is selected.

Linux Native Filesystem (ext3) Mount Details

Figure 12: Linux Native Filesystem (ext3) Mount Details

If you have set everything correctly, you won't get an error when you click the create button and will be rewarded with a screen that looks like Figure 13.

RAID array successfully created and mounted

Figure 13: RAID array successfully created and mounted

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