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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


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 ...


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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