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Missing partition from RAID 0 array - what can be recovered?

System is Fedora Linux, there is RAID 0 array set up via mdadm that have bound together partitions /dev/sda4 and /dev/sdb4. Lately, /dev/sdb failed and became unreadable. Naturally, I started ...
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How to mount parition in from a working driver in RAID1

One of hard drives in array is dead, I'm unsure if it's raid0 or raid1, what I'm trying to achieve is mount the working drive and make a backup of what's left. If I mount /dev/md127 then I can see ...
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How do you fix a software RAID1 partition with a bad superblock?

I have two identical 3 TB disks that were in a RAID1 array, where one disk crashed. I replaced the failed disk, but not after the RAID partitions got messed up. I need to figure out how to restore ...
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recovering data from raid1 component disk

Need to recover data from raid1 component disk using ubuntu live usb disk. The existing software raid was broken. After many attempts, I removed degraded raid setup from BIOS but ubuntu live could not ...
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How can I re-assemble (or recover data from) a mdadm RAID5 array?

I'm trying to recover whatever data I can from a RAID5 array of a failed NAS. The disks were physically moved to another server that so they could be imaged, but Knoppix "helpfully" detected and ...
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How to salvage a RAID configuration?

A buddy of mine and I are in the process of trying to salvage an old server that hasn't been used for a while, but whose data is critically important. It's an old box with a series of hard drives ...
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Recovering Linux RAID 0 superblocks

So I've been handed these 2 drives that were part of a RAID0 (eek!) array in a NAS. One of the drives had failed. Turns out, the drive had a bad controller card. What I've done is copied the ...