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I am not sure what you are trying to do, but I think from what I read, you are trying to build a 2 drive RAID. OS X 10.6 was the last version that will install on a RAID. If I remember correctly, I think it had to do with the new hidden recovery partition they started using with OS X 10.7.
 
Basically, you get your OS X 10.6 installer and boot from the installer (DVD or Thumb drive). Once you're booted up, you can switch to Disk Utility and create your RAID 0 or 1. Quit Disk Utility and install OS X 10.6 normally onto your newly created RAID volume.
 
Once you're done, you can boot up and copy OS X 10.7 installer into the Applications Folder and double click to update to 10.7. You will not have the hidden recovery partition doing this. You can continue on with OS X 10.8 the same way. I am assuming OS X 10.9 will update as well.
 
I have been running Mac Pros in my office and my personal Macbook Pro this way with dual SSDs. I didn't trust Time Machine back in the days, so the office Mac Pros had a mirrored RAID set which worked great. My Macbook Pro had a striped RAID set with dual SSDs, but I was using Time Machine to backup.
 
Also, if I remember correctly, running any current version of OS X 10.7 or newer on a RAID volume will not allow you to use some of the features of iCloud because they require the hidden recovery partition. I think the features were Back to My Mac and Find My Mac. You will have to check this because its been a while since I looked at it.
 
I just picked up one last non-retina Macbook Pro and I will be RAIDing the dual SSDs this weekend. Hopefully to OS X 10.9. ;)
 
I will be setting up the striped RAID between two SSDs and then installing OS X 10.6. I will try to update directly to OS X 10.9 and see if it will go. It will save a lot of time if it works. I think Fusion Drive was supposed to replace RAID support to allow for the hidden recovery partition. New technology and more storage for cheap.
I will be setting up the striped RAID between two SSDs and then installing OS X 10.6. I will try to update directly to OS X 10.9 and see if it will go. It will save a lot of time if it works. I think Fusion Drive was supposed to replace RAID support to allow for the hidden recovery partition. New technology and more storage for cheap.
 
Hope this helps.

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I am not sure what you are trying to do, but I think from what I read, you are trying to build a 2 drive RAID. OS X 10.6 was the last version that will install on a RAID. If I remember correctly, I think it had to do with the new hidden recovery partition they started using with OS X 10.7.
 
Basically, you get your OS X 10.6 installer and boot from the installer (DVD or Thumb drive). Once you're booted up, you can switch to Disk Utility and create your RAID 0 or 1. Quit Disk Utility and install OS X 10.6 normally onto your newly created RAID volume.
 
Once you're done, you can boot up and copy OS X 10.7 installer into the Applications Folder and double click to update to 10.7. You will not have the hidden recovery partition doing this. You can continue on with OS X 10.8 the same way. I am assuming OS X 10.9 will update as well.
 
I have been running Mac Pros in my office and my personal Macbook Pro this way with dual SSDs. I didn't trust Time Machine back in the days, so the office Mac Pros had a mirrored RAID set which worked great. My Macbook Pro had a striped RAID set with dual SSDs, but I was using Time Machine to backup.
 
Also, if I remember correctly, running any current version of OS X 10.7 or newer on a RAID volume will not allow you to use some of the features of iCloud because they require the hidden recovery partition. I think the features were Back to My Mac and Find My Mac. You will have to check this because its been a while since I looked at it.
 
I just picked up one last non-retina Macbook Pro and I will be RAIDing the dual SSDs this weekend. Hopefully to OS X 10.9. ;)

I will be setting up the striped RAID between two SSDs and then installing OS X 10.6. I will try to update directly to OS X 10.9 and see if it will go. It will save a lot of time if it works.
I just picked up one last non-retina Macbook Pro and I will be RAIDing the dual SSDs this weekend. Hopefully to OS X 10.9. ;)

I will be setting up the striped RAID between two SSDs and then installing OS X 10.6. I will try to update directly to OS X 10.9 and see if it will go. It will save a lot of time if it works.
 
Hope this helps.

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Postagem original de: Michael ,

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I am not sure what you are trying to do, but I think from what I read, you are trying to build a 2 drive RAID.  OS X 10.6 was the last version that will install on a RAID.  If I remember correctly, I think it had to do with the new hidden recovery partition they started using with OS X 10.7.

Basically, you get your OS X 10.6 installer and boot from the installer (DVD or Thumb drive).  Once you're booted up, you can switch to Disk Utility and create your RAID 0 or 1.  Quit Disk Utility and install OS X 10.6 normally onto your newly created RAID volume.

Once you're done, you can boot up and copy OS X 10.7 installer into the Applications Folder and double click to update to 10.7.  You will not have the hidden recovery partition doing this.  You can continue on with OS X 10.8 the same way.  I am assuming OS X 10.9 will update as well.

I have been running Mac Pros in my office and my personal Macbook Pro this way with dual SSDs.  I didn't trust Time Machine back in the days, so the office Mac Pros had a mirrored RAID set which worked great.  My Macbook Pro had a striped RAID set with dual SSDs, but I was using Time Machine to backup.

Also, if I remember correctly, running any current version of OS X 10.7 or newer on a RAID volume will not allow you to use some of the features of iCloud because they require the hidden recovery partition.  I think the features were Back to My Mac and Find My Mac.  You will have to check this because its been a while since I looked at it.

I just picked up one last Macbook Pro and I will be RAIDing the dual SSDs this weekend.  Hopefully to OS X 10.9.  ;)

Hope this helps.

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