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Rexcellent
November 27th, 2008, 07:02 PM
Perhaps I should be posting this in a more general Linux forum, but I've become such a fan of Ubuntu, so here it goes:

I issued the following command with the abbreviated results:

root@server:/# blkid
...
/dev/md0: UUID="5fde8b84-49d1-4a52-b9a9-3cdbf432ab1d" TYPE="ext3"


Then I issued:

root@server:/# mdadm --detail --scan
...
ARRAY /dev/md0 level=raid5 num-devices=4 metadata=00.90 UUID=0d0152dd:d6532c83:bd94c120:a359ab0a


So my question is why does /dev/md0 have two different UUID's?

My guess would be that it's the difference between the array and the filesystem, but is there a more technical explanation?

Cheers,
Rex