> On 9/22/05, Bryan O'Donoghue <typedef at eircom.net> wrote:
>>>I'm sure there is some simple procedure to fix this... though... I'd
>>appreciate some input, from people who know more about Linux software
>>raid then I do, before I go issuing commands to reconstruct the array.
>>> You just need to reassemble the raid then add its configuration to
> /etc/mdadm.conf There are plenty of examples available from your
> favorite *search engine*.
But seriously, a dmesg in Ubuntu showed it's kernel detecting hde1 and
hdf1 as part of md0, and obviously then I could just mount /dev/md0
somewhere, whereas if I do a dmesg post boot in Fedora, I see a message
along the lines of "failed to find array members" (not the exact message).
Out of curiosity though... the current advice about populating
/etc/mdadm.conf is theoretical or so totally obvious I should be hanging
my head in _shame_ for asking on ILUG?
Perhaps I'll just do the dirty and backup my raid array elsewhere.
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