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RAID10 Recovery

I had a RAID10 array fail a few nights ago, I have to admit that I am fairly lost on all of this. I have googled this extensively and I don't understand what is going on. If anyone here can provide ...
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Need to find which drives are mirrored within RAID-10 array

I have a home media server running on openSUSE 12.2. I'm using eight 2TB drives in a RAID-10 configuration. I deliberately bought two different types of drives: four Seagate Barracuda Green and four ...
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Linux raid10 on btrfs

I've read that BTRFS requires at least 4 disks (https://btrfs.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Using_Btrfs_with_Multiple_Devices). Indeed, Linux mdadm raid10 requires only 2 disks ...
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How to grow an EBS mdadm raid 10 array?

Is it possible to grow a RAID 10 array? Can I take it offline and grow it? Or do I have to make an entirely new array, and copy all the data onto it?
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Fault tolerant RAID6 / RAID10 design for home server - not performance critical

I want to balance disk space against fault tolerance. I would like fault tolerance to be able to handle multiple disk failures (as I may not be able to afford replacements disks or have the time for ...
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Adding drives to a RAID 10 Array

How would I grow a RAID10 array using mdadm? Obviously I would need to add 2 drives at a time, or would it have to be 4 drives? I have a feeling its just a bad idea. Or would be just wiser to just ...