Lab10: Redundant Array of Independent Disk (revision 141125-r01KI)



  1. If you need to re-check tut orials from previous labs, please access Tutorial Quick Links.


  1. You use Windows for this lab.
  2. Open your previous week's Tiny Core ova in Virtual Box and do this tutorial in your Tiny Core. Should you need help, consult the Tutorial Quick Links above.
  3. Login into Tiny Core, then open Terminal.
  4. Enter your KELAS/NPM directory , then make Lab10 directory inside. For example my KELAS is TESTING and my NPM is 1202000818, replace it with your class (INT142) and student ID.
    $ mkdir -p TESTING/1202000818/
    $ cd TESTING/1202000818/
    $ mkdir Lab10
    $ cd Lab10
  5. Do the following to prepare the examination:
    $ wget
    $ chmod +x UPDATE.xtc
    $ ./UPDATE.xtc
    $ rm -f UPDATE.xtc
  6. Do the following and input your SIAK's password if asked.
  7. Get your token for your work today.


  1. Please create "catat-Lab10.txt" and "WHAT-IS-THIS.txt" with contents:

    Change [KELAS] with your class, [TANGGAL] with today's date with format DD-MM-YY, [TOKEN] with your token, and [KETERANGAN] with short explanation.
    ZCZC TESTING TGS LAB10 11-11-2014
    ZCZC NO4LAY LOG After this, Final Test! Horray!
  2. Record all output in your tutorial.
    $ script -a catat-Lab10.txt
  3. Listen to the Tutorial about Final Test (if applicable).
  4. Do the RAID tutorial.
  5. Stop recording output on all Terminal windows.
    $ exit
  6. Delete mkRAID in your directory. Please do NOT submit it.
    $rm mkRAID

Examination and Submission

  1. Execute genbio script
    $ genbio
  2. Do md5sum Tutorial.
  3. Do Examination Tutorial.
  4. Exit from Lab10 directory, then create a file named KELAS-NPM-Lab10.tar.bz2 contains Lab10 directory and its content. For example my KELAS is TESTING and my NPM is 1202000818, change with your KELAS (REG142, EXT142, INT142) and your student ID.
    $ cd ..
    $ tar cvjf TESTING-1202000818-Lab10.tar.bz2 Lab10/
  5. Do Assignment Submission in Scele to submit your compressed archive contains:
    1. myself.txt
    2. WHAT-IS-THIS.txt
    3. catat-Lab10.txt
    4. disks.txt
    5. mdadm.conf
    6. mdstat.txt
    7. mdstat-recovery.txt
    8. mdstat-removed.txt
    9. mdstat-faulty.txt
    10. MD5SUM
    11. MD5SUM.asc
    12. .periksa
  6. Exit Tiny Core by choosing Backup option, then export your Tiny Core to be brought again next week.
  7. You don't know how? Just see in Tiny Core points on the Quick Links Tutorial.
  8. This marks the end of the tutorial today.