[CentOS] Re: Rebuilding Raid 1
meliason at shaw.ca
Tue May 2 05:49:21 UTC 2006
Yes they do I just left that out.
It is almost done resyncing.
I have a replacement drive that I want to sync after this is finished to
remove the drive that had the problem to begin with. In this case sda
I would assume that I would create the raid partitions on the new drive
and then sync again something similar to what I have just done.
Thanks so much for your help
This server has been running for 2months with no problems and this is
sure a learning experience for me.
Les Mikesell wrote:
> On Tue, 2006-05-02 at 00:21, Mace Eliason wrote:
>> Also I ran fdisk -l and this is what I got
>> disk /dev/md0: 106meg
>> /dev/md0 doesn't contain a valid partion table
>> disk /dev/md2: 15.9gig
>> /dev/md2 doesn't contain a valid partion table
>> disk /dev/md1: 2097meg
>> /dev/md1 doesn't contain a valid partion table
>> Does that help at all?
> I expected it to show the sizes of the sda/sdb partitions
> but that was just a sanity check to make sure that the
> corresponding partitions match. It's a fairly safe
> assumption that they do.
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