Join Date Nov Beans 4. Thing is, this isn’t a huge amount of resources, we’re talking about 0. I saw you used the Linux drivers at one point while installing Ubuntu, which i thought was interesting. Because I want to use raid 5. In memory of Ian Ashley Murdock – founder of the Debian project. I have not made any explicit changes to the online one but I guess the OS has probably written some admin data. It was counter intuitive to “DELETE” the logical drive so you could recreate it warning you data may be lost as well , but it does work.
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raid – How to fix missing RAID1 drive – Super User
Also, mdadm and ZFS do individual drive healthchecks, whereas controllers might not depending on the model. That way you end up with Ubuntu installed to a bootable RAID with the option of booting to Windows and taking advantage of all your drives in an independent NTFS software raid down the road.
I trust Linux a lot more. Lastly, thanks for chiming in.
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Hmmm, does the license of the raid module allows creating patchfiles as a loophone tho? Booted to a live cd open a terminal and enter the commands: I want to get the RAID1 mirror working again.
Lastly, if you wouldn’t mind sharing some expertise, would you recommend the installation of the OS Ubuntu However, it does not allow access to the hard drives. The laptop I used ZFS on has: If you see that, you know the module loaded, but llinux won’t show disk arrays. Attached scsi generic sg2 type 3 sr 0: If I go into computer management it says my partition is on a disk and working OK.
Haven’t seen anybody help here, so I’ll add to this.
While I did set this up nearly 8 months ago, the big thing I found with this older version of Ubuntu was that the driver needed to be loaded in to the OS before you could make good progress. Any ideas on how I get it working? SB Fake Raid not working Linux doesn’t use drivers for fakeraid. I don’t think this can be pre-calculated, but I’ll give you a rough set of figures because I only tried this once.
I wasted 5 months looking for a perfect ctrlr cheap, reliable, fast, upstream supported and eventually I bit the bullet. I ended up going the mdadm route.
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With help of the install script zmd is in the AMD package, the kernel module got inserted into the initrd and is automatically loaded at boot. However, after restarting, I used ‘lsmod’ to check, but couldn’t find any ‘raid’ related module being loaded.
Regardless, you know much more about Linux than I do and just thought i’d throw the thought out there, as I’ve spent just over 20 hours on mine with no success.
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SB Fake Raid not working Tanks for the replies. I dived into the software with a couple debugging tools and you’re absolutely right, all of the RAID software is outsourced and then released on joke licenses.