Niall O Broin wrote:
>> fdisk -l /dev/hdc
>> assuming /dev/hdc was the other disk of the RAID, will list the disk
> partitions for you. From that it shouldn't be too hard to guess what's
> what. Even if you have no idea, you could just mount each partition one
> after the other (skipping any of type 82 - they're swap partitions) and
> examine the content.
Thats what I needed
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