Re: Rebuilding RAID 1 Array in Linux with a new hard disk after a disk fault - Howto with screen shots
On Wed, June 16, 2010 13:13, Siju George wrote:
> Hope some one finds this helpful :-)
> Rebuilding RAID 1 Array in Linux with a new hard disk after a disk fault.
Thanks, this might prove useful.
However I do have a question... which might be just as important.
How to identify which drive has failed in an array?
I have 6 disks, 4 are used in raid (mdadm), the other 2 contain /boot, /
Each have 1 partition.
/dev/md0 (raid 1) consists of /dev/sdc1 and /dev/sdd1
/dev/md1 (raid 1) consists of /dev/sde1 and /dev/sdf1
If a drive fails, how do I know which drive? This is a desktop system, not
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