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We're using VMware Server which is running on CentOS in our company environment. As you can see,now the only thing holding this up is the CentOS can't boot. Also, I am guessing it sounds like a superblock corrupt. What might be the problem?

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The top of the screen shows the answer - /dev/sda1 is missing, so the RAID device /dev/md3 is invalid. There are two lines, the second telling you that /dev/md3 is invalid.

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