Actually, keeping track of your disks is always a good idea. CentOS had initialized only 0. Danny Wood danwood76 on Make the script executable and then run it. The other useful section is on saving the partition table, and using this to build a new drive. David Burrows snadge wrote on Do I need to format it before put it on the linux server?
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Just did it and your steps worked perfectly. If we could read the logical sector size linus the metadata, couldn’t we then just set the logical sector size at the device mapper node’s creation time?
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Transfering mbr and installing grub is the missing step just before shutting down. I have lknux machines with different chipsets one has a 1. And now if I want to delete the sda1 from md0 so that I could add sdc1 its not allowing me saying sda1 no such device.
It will ask you for your password as dd will require root permissions. Post as a guest Name.
You can check the progress by looking on the ppa page https: If you cannot shut it down, hopefully you can see enough of the drive to get enough of the label to find a matching ‘number’. Gr8, just repaird a faulty drive in my server, ubuntu Other bug subscribers Xb710 someone else.
I am working on getting a grub2 entry to raic for chainloading windows. It was counter intuitive to “DELETE” the logical drive so you could recreate it warning you data may be lost as wellbut it does work. In any case, although the procedure may be fine notwithstanding certain circumstances, of coursethere’s some things I would suggest mentioning in the article somewhere.
Does the gparted version work in Ubuntu? This bug did not have a package associated with it, which is important for ab710 that it gets looked at by the proper developers. Nope, if there are multiple arrays on one drive to be sync, they will be queued and syncing will be done one-by one, so there is no need to wait with liunx other partitions.
Oh yes, of course After some testing I think I can confirm that the sector raif is riad from the pdc driver and not windows. I am unsure where the LBA size comes from. The answer is ‘yes’, easily found in the man page once I knew the option existed.
I created a 3TB array, and it does indeed use a sector size of bytes. Googling it turns up a few million web pages, most of which are forum discussions. The array is rebuilding at this moment. I dumped the first 17kB of the array with the formatting from windows, and after formatting it with gparted.
Re: List of chipsets supported?
Loading secondary header from the last sector of the disk! In the meantime, just make sure you choose the default byte logical sectors, if you want to share RAID arrays between Windows and Linux.
Granted, that isn’t Debian, but it kept me from trying because I was in a crunch. In my own notes this I add saving the drive’s serial number so I have a unambiguous confirmation of what device maps to what physical drive.
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Thanks for the information, though once the drive has failed, all data will be lost, so Rzid guess this is more of a consolation, for me. See the explanation here: Thank you so much! Thanks for the article.
I tryed two case.