I Need Some Help With My Raid Array.please!
cogitech wrote: It typically takes much less time than a rebuild. In RAID 0+1, you take a set of drives that striped in RAID 0 configuration (so they're acting like one hard drive) and then you mirror them in a RAID 1 Proffitt Forum moderator / February 7, 2016 11:30 AM PST In reply to: RAID 1 Mirror rebuild help, please? Press enter again to accept the given capacity (should be max by default)6. weblink
This is getting weirder and weirder.... The only difference I see is that on a Backup (for this example lets consider it to be a 3 disks raid5) only the two hard disks need to be read I know yall can, cmon you are hard gurus! Just proceed to install windows as you normally would and if the drives do not show up (Where you choose a drive to install windows to) then you'll want to load
My statements are based on that experience and that of my many colleagues. With the technolgy evolving yes drives are cheap hense RAID Redundnat array of inexpensive drives HA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That just means you've lost the +1 part of the array.Of course the safe way forward would be to make images/clones of the members in RAID0 and manually merge the array But backup technolgy of IN USE FILES has evolved.
- The rebuild happens on just the replaced device, the data on the other disks stays untouched.
- This process, so you call it, is the same to me, wether I rebuild or Backup.
- I've seen rebuilds thrash drives for several days continuously.
- A firmware update for your raid controller might be in order.
- As the raid pros know (and this noobie from screwing it up before) if you start a former raid array once to windows, it brakes it for good...
- The only exception to that am I who had a second failed drive on a RAID5 array, but luckily, thanks to the awesome LSI support, I could restore the array.
- sdkoskey, Aug 14, 2009 sdkoskey, Aug 14, 2009 #12 Aug 14, 2009 #13 extide 2[H]4U Messages: 3,173 Joined: Dec 19, 2008 I have seen this error before.
- HimeaJan 3, 2013, 7:44 AM when i go into create a Raid 0 and Name it and put 128k then Select Disk it's empty it won't let me o.0?
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Lifehacker has a step-by-step guide to building your own RAID array in your computer for some more hands on how to advice, and if you need some help picking your network Do I use the HP smartstart cd to rebuild the arrary and overwrite the current OS?? RAID or not?
Give it a name (Optional) - Press Enter to move down to "Raid Level"3. Anthony2816, Mar 2, 2003 #1 Sponsor pronute Joined: Feb 12, 2003 Messages: 3,956 Your procedure is right on the money but, 1 hour to format 8 GB, that sounds like Every file is now incomplete. With the technolgy evolving yes drives are cheap hense RAID Redundnat array of inexpensive drives HA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
tkoreaperJan 3, 2013, 8:23 AM Himea said: i got both Windows install already do i delete windows and do all this steps? TheDarkTao, Aug 13, 2009 TheDarkTao, Aug 13, 2009 #2 Aug 13, 2009 #3 pacmantravis n00bie Messages: 47 Joined: Apr 4, 2008 Do you have your data backed up or imaged? It seems to keep me from fixing in windows... cogitech wrote: Bad, bad, bad idea.
I had to switch ports on the ssd to sata 3 as I had it in sata 2.Plugged in the HDD's and did as instructed, but was not offered on restart something is fishey... Raid5 array failing left and right. Let's assume we've got a setup with four hard disks.
cogitech wrote: When a drive fails, it's partners are also quite long in the tooth and it is not uncommon to have more drives fail during this process. I have 2 brand new SSDs and I want to set them up in Raid 0 before I install windows.EDIT: As per the manual - "Please be noted that SATA3_A0 and Advertisement • Beyond the standard RAID levels, you've also got the multiples: RAID 1+0 and 0+1.
Building a RAID wipes the drives before it builds it.
Virus. It should be seen as 1 disk by the OS now. Why I ask is this graphic.https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-drive-reliability-stats-for-q2-2015/My advice is to replace the failed HDD and move to a new system since MS RAID missed the mark when it came to support and Quote Report Content Go to Page Top cogitech Student Likes Received 6 Posts 59 9 Feb 12th 2015, 8:48pm johnmain wrote: Since you are using 2 Drives for Storage and another
I also have a 2T that I want just as storage. I think we're all assuming this is built on an Intel matrix RAID controller? pronute, Mar 2, 2003 #2 Anthony2816 Thread Starter Joined: Jan 28, 2003 Messages: 49 It's an addon PCI controller. May I throw in the concept of Backlaze here, are you familiar with it?
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It just sounds a bit unrealistic to me that a rebuild would have so much more failure rate than a backup, since I have not yet experienced a rebuild problem. Saw some videos about getting a cd or flash drive with the driver. Enlefo, Aug 17, 2009 Enlefo, Aug 17, 2009 #19 Aug 17, 2009 #20 TheDarkTao Gawd Messages: 801 Joined: Feb 5, 2005 The error also lists other potential errors, such as smart Now that I have 9 drives, what is the best RAID configuration to use??
Lucky me... | HP Microserver N54L | 8GB RAM (ECC) | BIOS-Mod | 6 Disks - 40GB Intel SSD (Erasmus), 40GB Intel SSD (VMStore), 2TB Seagate NAS HDD (Data), 2TB WD hehe Quote Report Content Go to Page Top cogitech Student Likes Received 6 Posts 59 13 Feb 13th 2015, 7:27pm Hi David, My day job for the past 15 years has please help a newbie fix it! 2 x 2tb Discussion in 'SSDs & Data Storage' started by TheDarkTao, Aug 12, 2009.