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Proxmox storage question

I am designing a proxmox installation for use as a home server, I chose it for the inherent flexibility and ease of administration, this restricts me to debian based solutions. So after some ...
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Proper way to setup RAID in linux

I have installed Debian 7.4 on a server, and through the installer I setup both RAID and LVM for the drive that the OS is installed on. However, now I want to add two 4TB drives in a RAID-1 array to ...
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Debian Squeeze RAID 5 Install?

I have a box with four Hard Drives on it. I am going to install Debian Squeeze (I know it's old... I have to) on it. I want to be able to treat the the four Hard Drives as a single Harddrive. Durringt ...
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How to migrate the content of one disk on a Raid5?

I have one 1.5Tb HDD with Debian Wheezy. I have also four 2Tb empty HDDs. I want to configure the four 2Tb disks in Raid5 and install LVM. Then migrate the content of the 1.5Tb disk on the Raid5. ...
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raid1: how to synchronize harddisks (Debian 6)

My system is Linux/Debian 6, using GPT (GUID Partition Table). If I run the command cat /proc/mdstat I see the following situation: Personalities : [raid0] [raid1] [raid6] [raid5] [raid4] ...
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Debian update fails with “Raid version incompatible”

While installing proftpd, it dropped with following error: [....] Starting ftp server: proftpdhexadecacordis proftpd[26849]: mod_tls_memcache/0.1: notice: unable to register 'memcache' SSL session ...
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How to mount a disk from destroyed raid system?

I have a horrible situation where I have to restore data from damaged raid system in a rescue Debian Linux. I just want to mount them all to /mnt/rescue in read only modus to be able to copy VMWare ...
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USB Drive Software Disk Mirroring - Is this the right approach?

I have a 1TB NTFS USB Data Drive (no boot, etc...) that I would like to keep a mirror of as a backup in case of hardware failure. It is always connected to my raspberry pi running the raspbian ...
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Automatically run kpartx during boot

I'm running Debian Wheezy on an SSD, and in addition I have two 500GB hard disks in Intel software RAID 0 (fakeraid). Both the SSD and the RAID array have GPT partition layouts. I have set up my fstab ...
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Where did 47gigabytes of space go?

Clean installation od Debian squeeze 6.0.6 x64 on intel atom 230, with 3 HDDs, with 3x500GB. df -h shows : datastore size used free % mounted /dev/md0 917G 909M 870G ...
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Atom 230 + 2GB RAM datastore for small server = 64 bit or 32 bit debian

would you recommend me for small debian linux with small apache, small mysql and primary datastore with SW RAID 5 just 32bit debian or rather 64bit and why? I have only 2 GB of RAM, so could that be ...
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What chunk size for KVM under Debian linux is optimal with RAID 5?

I would like to know, how to set optimal chunk size for my debian squeeze in future. I Work with 3x WD RE4 500Gb 7200RPM in SW-RAID 5, under debian squeeze. (in the future maybe under wheezy) I Saw ...
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Very slow SW-RAID 5 in Debian Squeeze

I don't know why, but I have big trouble with speed of my raid. I have 4x WD RE4 7200RPM 500GB. Size of RAID 5 is 1000GB. 1 of HDDs is Spare. Problem is here: Every 1,0s: cat /proc/mdstat ...
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SW-RAID 5 - how much CPU time and performance can it take?

I have Debian squeeze 6.0.4, 4x WD RE4 500Gb 7200RPM, Athlon II X4 600E and 24GB RAM DDR3. Since I work with SW raid 5, it takes much more CPU, than I think is enough. How can I get know, how much ...
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Software raid + separate partitions?

I have setup software RAID1-arrays using two 250GB harddrives. There's two arrays - one named md0 in which the system is kept and the other, md1 works as swap: # cat /proc/mdstat md0 : active raid1 ...
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If there's no /dev/md* and not /proc/mdstat, is it safe to use a second disk as a second disk?

There's two HDs in this server. I don't see an md device (see title) or an mdstat file. So, can I be safe that the second disk is currently unused? Yes, I do want/need the second disk as space much ...
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What would be a good choice for an elastic file system (for adding storage at a later date)?

I'm currently running a Debian 6.0 server with EXT3, but I'd like to move over to Arch. It's being used as a file server right now with a 1TB drive in it (of which 650GB in it is used). What I'd like ...