I wasn't paying attention, and now I have a raid with a name similar to that of the boot partition. I'd like to name rename the raid set to a name that reflects the partition name. E.g. If the file system is mounted as /Users I want to name the raid set User_Raid
Now in normal circumstances the only time I have to worry about this is either using Disk Utility or diskutil. But both commands are moderately complex, and the consequences of a mistake severe, so having a naming convention that makes it clear what disk is associated with what raid set and what file system helps a bunch.
Here's an example: The raid set name is SSD_System,(Red annotations) which is the same as the boot disk (Green) and which is not the same as the raid's mount point which is User_Raid (Blue)
Is there a way to rename the raid set after creation? (Yes I can change the boot disk name. May do that yet.)
(Note to the purists. Raid is now a word like laser, and radar. It has passed from being an acronym to being a word in it's own right. Please do) not edit my post and convert raid to RAID.)