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) ...