Distro and two hard drives

I installed two identical drives in a server and then install the latest beta distribution. It ended up putting the boot and swap partitions on the first drive and the rest (/) on the second drive. Is this normal? It does seem like quite a waste of disk space.

I though I had read in another post (possable an older distro) that it would setup a raid mirror across both the drives by default.

cat /etc/asterisk/freepbxdistro-version

df -h

Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/hdb1 75G 1.7G 69G 3% /
/dev/hda1 99M 12M 83M 13% /boot
tmpfs 379M 0 379M 0% /dev/shm

---- Kirk

Centos (i.e. RedHat) changed the way it searches for drives. Because of this the latest bata fails to correctly configure the RAID. This is a bug in Centos and has nothing to do with FreePBX.

No its a bug in 5.7. We are working on getting it fixed.

No its a bug in 5.7. We are working on getting it fixed.

OK great. I though it was strange and was wondering if I did some thing wrong when I did the install. I can move the partitions around and create the RAID manually but it would be nice if it was fixed to do it automatically.

P.S. Great distro. I am moving over some of my Trixbox installs and like the new FreePBX distro.

Yes before we come out of Beta we will have it fixed.