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Re: Talking about RAID - disks with same id

David Christensen wrote:

> My file server had a 1.5 TB desktop drive with LUKS and btrfs, created
> with Debian 7.  When I rebuilt my SOHO network with Debian 8, all was
> well.  But, when I rebuilt my SOHO network with Debian 9, I noted
> weirdness.  I don't know if it was Debian, GNU, Linux, LUKS, btrfs,
> smbd, something on the client, PEBKAS, etc..
> While trouble-shooting PEBKAS issues is important to me, I have found
> that my attempts at trouble-shooting GNU/Linux issues is usually an
> exercise in futility.  The best I can hope for is finding a way to
> reproduce the issue and filing a bug report.  But as for fixing an
> issue, my best bets is fresh software and known-good hardware.
> So, for the file server issue, I built a 2 @ 1.5 TB mdadm RAID1 with
> LUKS and ext4 in another Debian 9 machine, tested it, backed up the file
> server, migrated the data, and then migrated the drives.  The weirdness
> is now gone.  :-)
> We'll see what happens when I rebuild with Debian 10...

Hi David and thanks for sharing your experience. However it does not bring
an answer to my question.
I personally never had problems with fixing issues and I must admit the
community is often more helpful than some commercial companies.
Since Etch I never had to reinstall my servers upgrade worked more or less
pretty well. Of course performing an upgrade on a test machine is a must.

What I want to know is if this

# blkid /dev/sdf1
/dev/sdf1: UUID="5427071b-25c8-fff8-476d-ff8c9852b714"
TYPE="linux_raid_member" PARTUUID="13e17ac7-01"
# blkid /dev/sdg1
/dev/sdg1: UUID="5427071b-25c8-fff8-476d-ff8c9852b714"
TYPE="linux_raid_member" PARTUUID="13e17ac7-01"

has some effect and I should replace one of the disks. I think the Seagate
is >10y old.


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