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An important step is to have mdadm scan for the disk prior to attempting to mount anything: mdadm --detail --scan I can't recall from memory but the --assemble flag may be necessary but try the above first then try mounting via: mount /dev/md# /path/to/mount


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Resolution π•Žπ”Έβ„β„•π•€β„•π”Ύ: The instructions below delete your existing RAID setup and create a new md RAID 1 array with two entire block devices, /dev/sdc and /dev/sdd. Ensure that your kernel has the RAID 1 md module loaded with either of these commands: lsmod | grep 'raid1\s' grep 'Personalities : .*\[raid1\]' /proc/mdstat If you do not get an ...


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Will the pc continue to work with only one hdd? Yes, the array will continue to operate so long as at least one member drive is operational. RAID 1 RAID 1 consists of an exact copy (or mirror) of a set of data on two or more disks; a classic RAID 1 mirrored pair contains two disks. This configuration offers no parity, striping, or spanning of ...



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