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Jun
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comment Recover Linux software RAID5 array after server upgrade
I tried your suggestion; in fact, I tried all 6 possible combinations of drive order (missing sdc1 sdd1, missing sdd1 sdc1, sdc1 missing sdd1, sdd1 missing sdc1, sdc1 sdd1 missing, sdd1 sdc1 missing), but all of them gave me the same mount error.
Jun
7
comment Recover Linux software RAID5 array after server upgrade
Yeah, that's what I did with the mdadm --create command. You'll notice at the end I specified the three drives as "missing," "/dev/sdc1," and "/dev/sdd1." Also, mdadm --query --details /dev/md0 reports the array as "clean, degraded" which is what I would expect for a RAID5 array missing one drive.
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