Just a couple questions regarding RAID. Heres thesituation.I bought a 4TB drive before I upgraded from 6.8 to 7.3. Im not too far into this that Icant start over. I wanted disk space to backup 3 other machines. I way overestimated what I needed for fu..
all,Testing stuff virtually over here before taking it to the physical servers.I found a shortcut for creating a software RAID 10 (–level), device in CentOS 6.Looking at the below, I dont see anything about a shortcut for RAID 60. https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/..
I had an old server die; we had another, same model, sitting around lightly used, so I did what Ive done before: swap the RAID card into that, swap the drives, even putting them in the same bays as the dead one, and boot.Nope. 100% of the time, w..
Im trying to install 6.5 on this server.I cant get past the RAID. CentOS doesnt recognize my 4ea 1tb drives. I dont find a way to bypass the Intel RAID to use software RAID.Sugges..
We have on an old Dell 2850 with 4 SCSI drives, where we put a Hardware RAID5 on 3 disks and left 1 as spare. I dont remember exactly, but the RAID was setup in the BIOS, and when installing CentOS6, I just saw 1 drive.If it was software RAID, disk fail..
Seems I need to disable RAID, but dont find the option in the bios.4ea 1terabyte drives in raid 10 is the current setup.work.But I dont find any method to stop the raid.No..
The server is running CentOS 5.8 Linux OS on Dell PowerEdge R710 having raid controller card 03:00.0 RAID bus controller: LSI Logic /Symbios Logic MegaRAID SAS 2108 [Liberator] (rev 05)/usr/sbin/smartctl -a /dev/sda smartctl version 5.38 [x86_64-redhat-linux-g..
I dont think this is off topic since I want to use JBOD mode so that Linux can do the RAID. Im going to hopefully run this in CentOS 5 and Ubuntu 12.04 on a Sunfire x2250Hard to get answers I can trust out of vendors :-)I have a Sun RAID card wh..
I have 4 ST2000DL003-9VT166 (2Tbyte) disks in a RAID 5 array. Because of the size I built them as a GPT partitioned disk. They were originally built on a CentOS 5.x machine but more recently plugged into a CentOS 6.2 machine where they were detec..
OK folks, Im back at it again.Instead of taking my J4400 ( 24 x 1T
disks) and making a big RAID60 out of it which Linux cannot make a
filesystem on, Im created 4 x RAID6 which each are 3.64T
I then do :