i have an debian squeeze with 6x3TB Disks. On the SWRaid5 are 4 partitions. First for gpart Bios, Raid1 for "/", Raid5 for swap and the biggest part raid5 for files. While the system has build status ...
I had a RAID 5 (Linux software RAID) server which recently decided not to boot anymore. It seems to be a motherboard problem possibly due to not being protected by a UPS during a power failure. It ...
Had a power outage two weeks ago on my BSD server that my UPS decided then was a good time to fail. Just fired it up this evening only to have the following errors show during what I would assume is ...
Some time ago I had a RAID5 system at home. One of the 4 disks failed but after removing and putting it back it seemed to be OK so I started a resync. When it finished I realized, to my horror, that 3 ...