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Re: /dev/md0 don't start after controller change

also sprach Andrea Ganduglia <nonews.org@gmail.com> [2006.12.12.1231 +0100]:
> Are you sure? I think that the problem do not depend by
> sd{c,d,e,f} but by sd{a,b}. Please: look mdadm -E output from
> previous messages.

I am not sure what the problem is. Thus I am trying to work through
various possibly scenarios with you.

If you think the problem is /dev/sd{a,b} and it's a RAID1, why not
add /dev/sdc1, fail-remove /dev/sda1, hot-add it, then do the same
with /dev/sdb1 and see if that fixes the problem.

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