Tonight I came home to one of my servers stuck during boot saying the boot drive couldn't be found. I have three HDD's in this server and BIOS picked up all three, but reported one as having a capacity of 0.0GB so I think it's safe to say that that one bit the dust. One of the other drives is encrypted but seems to work perfectly fine. I booted into a Linux live CD and was able to mount its boot partition with no problems. However, when I try to open its encrypted partition I am given no such luck. The command
cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/sdx2 [name] outputs nothing and exits.
cryptsetup luksDump /dev/sdx2 does the same when it should be outputting info about the encrypted drive. Is it safe to say that this partition is toast and I should be cutting my loses since both drives in my RAID setup were ruined? Or is there anything that can be done to get this sucker unencrypted so I can at least copy some files out? Thank you!
And yes, the system is hooked up to a surge protector. Not like it did any good though.