I use 3x OCZ Vertex 4 64 GB in RAID5. If they work then it's all ok, but suddenly random drives are dropped from array with timeout errors. Sometimes even two of them which causes filesystem errors. ...
Our disks on one of our servers are showing 100% utilization but no read or write. here is the output of iostat -xc 1 and errors on syslog https://gist.github.com/4110533 status info from raid card ...
I am aware of the problem when using standard consumer-grade drives with RAID levels 5 and 6; if a drive takes too long trying to read and/or repair a bad sector, it will be dropped by a hardware RAID ...
Most of the time technical articles about different RAID levels mostly about how redundant they are, how fast on read/write etc. But I can't find information about would a disk in a certain RAID live ...
I want to set up a RAID 5 array in a machine that has an intel motherboard. It has built in raid (sata). My concern is what happens if the motherboard fails? How can I take those hard drives ...
I have a set of 3 disks in RAID 5 originally created with a Silicon Image SiI3114 on-board RAID controller. The old motherboard is dead. The new motherboard (which has a different raid controller) ...