derrick at packetsafe.net
Mon Aug 10 22:56:14 UTC 2009
As soon as you send these, you find an answer. Loaded geom_stripe and I was able to see the array
From: Derrick MacPherson
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Sent: Aug 10, 2009 14:40
I had a ssd drive in a system to use as temp backup server, it has 6 1tb
drives in it that i created a raid0 (i'm pretty sure that's what I
created) and used as a backup, to rebuild our file server. the ssd drive
was taken back after a couple weeks as the box was no longer being used.
At this point I need to check whats on that array due to some data
corruption. The drives in the array are probably not plugged in as they
were when used before. Is it possible, and if so how, to recover that
array? I've popped in a different system drive and have got the box back
up, I thought there'd be a way to read the labels on the drives and
recreate the raid set.. am i wrong?
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