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Kernel failure with software RAID-1 due to single drive read errors

I am running Fedora 19 (kernel 3.11.3-201.fc19.x86_64) with a software RAID-1 (mdadm) setup on two identical Seagate 1GB drives: # cat /proc/mdstat Personalities : [raid1] md1 : active raid1 ...
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Setting up a RAID 1 in Funtoo [closed]

In short Following the guide How to Set Up a RAID 1 Under GNU/Linux, I have setup a RAID 1. Checking the RAID Array for validity in various ways, appeared to be normal. However, after rebooting the ...
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Need to Break RAID 1 on Linux Server

On one of our server Hardware RAID1(mirroring) is configured. Now we need to break the RAID1 and simply use the other Hard disk separated from RAID to extend the LVM on that server. Can some one tell ...
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Can disks be accessed independently in a RAID-1 volume?

I want to create a RAID-1 array with Debian 6. This array will contain 6 disks, 3 for the OS and 3 mirrors. I used this RAID before but on windows, and maybe I didn't do it good at all, because I ...
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convert /dev/md0 to /dev/sda1

I used a Software-RAID I and want to access the data without RAID now. After mdadm --fail /dev/md0 /dev/sda1 mdadm --remove /dev/md0 /dev/sda1 I tried mount -t ext4 /dev/sda1 /mnt but dmesg ...
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How to set up disk mirroring (RAID-1)

I have a computer with two WD 1TB drives and I want to configure disk mirroring on it. I tried setting up RAID during the installation by creating RAID partitions but that does not work for me. Is ...
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RAID Lag-Behind Burst Write

I would like to setup RAID1 so that a ramdisk in the RAID configuration has occasional synchronisation with a physical disk (that is very battery intensive to run, so I hope to let it spinout). Is ...
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mdadm raid1 and what chunksize (or blocksize) on 4k drives?

I want to use two 3 TB drives in a mdadm raid1 setup (using Debian Sequeeze). The drives use 4k hardware sectors instead of the traditional 512 byte ones. I am a bit confused because on the one hand ...