At our university we have a Windows FTP server that was implemented with software RAID-5 technology, but we decided to migrate to Linux. How can we mount and modify it under Linux?
I have a software RAID5 array (Linux md) on 4 disks. I would like to replace one of the disks with a new one, without putting the array in a degraded state, and if possible, online. How would that ...
I recently installed Debian Wheezy and let the installer guide partition the disk using a whole partition with encryption (LVM). Later on I've added four disks and setup RAID5 on them (using mdadm). ...
I have an 8 disk possibly raid5 array that was part of a fried NAS, the whole thing uses pdc20265 promise chips and some kind of embedded system on a small ide board. No clue if the board is anything ...
I have an old PCI-X controller running 8 drives in RAID 5. I'd like to dump the controller and go to software RAID under Ubuntu. Is there a way to do this and retain the data from current array? ...
I have a 5-disk Intel RAID 5 along with a 6th boot disk with /, /boot, and swap. What I was planning to do was mount the Intel RAID partitions (which I've added with fdisk) so that the 6th disk ...
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 ...