For whatever reason, a separate /boot filesystem is necessary to convince RHEL's Anaconda to install grub on /dev/md0 rather than /dev/sda. Red Hat says a separate /boot is necessary to boot off software RAID.
Amusingly, that advice about "older systems" is still alive and well in 2012. New users worry about it since their machine is one of those older Core2 Quad systems and not a modern Core i7.
Anyway, I'm still waiting for one of Lennart's inventions not to be 0 steps forward, 2 steps back. Isn't destroying sound *and* init in Linux enough for one person?
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