As I've recently bought some extra disks to store my VM disks redundantly, hoping for some increased read performance and redundancy in case drives fail, I started building a RAID array.
I've currently created an
RAID1 array with 2 disks (I intend to add a 3rd disk to the array). On top of the RAID, I've created a
LVM PV. Now, when I want to manage my drives with
gparted, it tells me that one of the RAID-used partitions is
Ext4 instead of
The part that confuses me is that I have a
RAID0 array with 2 other disks which shows
linux-raid as type for the RAID-used partitions. And I have a
RAID10 array with only 2 partitions (I know it's basically
RAID1 but I realized only afterwards I won't have enough disks to have benefits from it, so I'm actually migrating away) which also properly shows linux-raid as the type for the 2 RAID-used partitions.
My question basically is, how can I fix this. While in the end it's not a big threat as I will rarely be using gparted, an annoying thing is that it has a warning about the ext4 system since it's considered broken.
Some extra information.
/dev/sdc was previously used as whole-disk LVM. All partitions were made using
parted on the server using
mkpart and default type (which was