Situation: I'm creating a new RAID1 array using mdadm. I won't be using additional layers, such as LVM or dm-crypt. I've noticed that metadata version 1.2 is now the default. I understand it's the ...
I accidentally overwrote all my RAID1 superblocks with garbage. I think this happened because I ALT-CTRL-DEL booted when the Ubuntu had put me in some kind of hard disk recovery mode. My display ...
mdadm - Accidentally ran “mdadm --create” on an existing raid-1. The superblock is now corrupt and I am unable to recover data. Did I bork my data?
I have /dev/sdb1 and /dev/sdc2 that were previously setup into a RAID-1 with mdadm, but then I reinstalled and lost the old configuration. Out of idiocy, I ran sudo mdadm --create /dev/md0 --level=1 ...
Issue on Red Hat Linux 5. Due to some miscommunication two LUNs in our environment were enlarged from 1.2 TB to 1.7 TB. Now, after a reboot, mdadm does not find the superblocks to build the array ...