Dynamic Disk vs Basic Disk

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Dynamic Disk:

Dynamic disks provide features that basic disks do not, such as the ability to create volumes that span multiple disks (spanned and striped volumes) and the ability to create fault-tolerant volumes (mirrored and RAID-5 volumes). Like basic disks, dynamic disks can use the MBR or GPT partition styles on systems that support both. All volumes on dynamic disks are known as dynamic volumes. Dynamic disks offer greater flexibility for volume management because they use a database to track information about dynamic volumes on the disk and about other dynamic disks in the computer. Because each dynamic disk in a computer stores a replica of the dynamic disk database, for example, a corrupted dynamic disk database can repair one dynamic disk by using the database on another dynamic disk. The location of the database is determined by the partition style of the disk. On MBR partitions, the database is contained in the last 1 megabyte (MB) of the disk. On GPT partitions, the database is contained in a 1-MB reserved (hidden) partition.

Basic Disk:

Basic disks are the storage types most often used with Windows. The term basic disk refers to a disk that contains partitions, such as primary partitions and logical drives, and these in turn are usually formatted with a file system to become a volume for file storage. Basic disks provide a simple storage solution that can accommodate a useful array of changing storage requirement scenarios. Basic disks also support clustered disks, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 1394 disks, and universal serial bus (USB) removable drives. For backward compatibility, basic disks usually use the same Master Boot Record (MBR) partition style as the disks used by the Microsoft MS-DOS operating system and all versions of Windows but can also support GUID Partition Table (GPT) partitions on systems that support it.

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Ce mă mâncă pe mine în.. palmă e că nu puteam instala Linuxul nicicum ca și al 2-lea sistem de operare (pe lângă Windows 8.1). Din câte am citit, Linux nu poate fi instalat pe Dynamic Disk.

Nu-i bai, că refac HDD-ul .. și așa de la început am făcut cam aiurea partițiile.

Va fi așa: Primary: Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) și Secondary OS: Windows 8.1

Întrebare pentru cunoscători: De ce incompatibilitatea asta cu Dynamic Disk și Linux?

 

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  1. Mannius says:

    Dynamic Disk este versiunea proprietară a volumelor logice (LVM) a celor de la Microsoft, și nu este compatibil cu Linux. Un disk dinamic este complet sub controlul unui singur sistem de operare. Nu poate fi folosit pentru multiboot. Rutinele de instalare ale sistemelor Linux nu detectează că discul este dinamic, și îl citesc în mod incorect, ca și cum ar fi partiționat.
    Informații suplimentare: http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=116723

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