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mke2fs.ext3 stripe-width option missing

I'm trying to set up an ext3 filesystem on a RAID 6 array (with 6 disks) on XenServer 6.2 linux. All the help I can find tells me to use the -E stride=xx,stripe-width=xx options. However my version ...
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What happens if fsck.ext4 -y is run on a ext3 fs and how to I recover from it

I had a mountable fs (pretty sure it was ext3), fsck.ext4 was run with -y and ended in a segmentation fault. Now it is unmountable (dmesg says it's corrupt) and identifies as a ext4 fs via the "blkid" ...
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Failed volumes on RAID - how to handle?

I've got a situation on a RAID that I've taken over responsibility for recently and really could use some advice. I hope I haven't mucked it up to much. A couple server on the ad-hoc cluster I'm ...
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Ext3 Stride/Stripe-Width Calculation for 3-Disk Software RAID1E

For reasons too complex to get into here, I'm using a 3-disk RAID1E on some linux systems. See here for more info on that. So my understanding is that for optimizing filesystem layout on this ...
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Problems with degraded RAID arrays

My Ubuntu backup server was recently upgraded in storage space to a RAID 10 array... now it consists of 8T of raw drive space which was before 2T of space. But I have been having trouble when it ...
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“hot swapping” linux md raid1 - does re-mounting file-system temporarily read-only enable safe disconnection?

There's is an ext3 filesystem on top of Linux md raid1, array consists of two hard drives. Various services, including databases run on and write to it. Let's say for argument's sake that to minimize ...
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EXT3-FS: error (loop0) ext3_lookup unlinking inode

Running CentOS 5.6 with mdadm RAID1, 2TB, 3 partitions (boot, swap and root). I had a kernel panic in the server, and after rebooting, the system stays up for about 5-10 minutes, the it starts ...
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Good filesystem for 20TB hardware-controlled RAID5 array?

What's the best file system for Ubuntu 10.10 assuming the average filesize is 8-30GB with no more than 1-2 users accessing the array at any given time?
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Silent e2fsck - safe to stop?

Before a grow on a 8 TB RAID5, I am currently doing an e2fsck. While the RAID was running w/o issues before (I switched from Ubuntu to CentOS 5.4 because I needed a specific hardware driver), the ...
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1answer
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Disk space not freed on ext3/raid1 after deleting

I have two 120 GB disks in a software raid1 array (i.e. mirrored), showing as /dev/md2. There's an ext3 filesystem on top of this, mounted at /. # uname -a Linux svnserv 2.6.26-2-amd64 #1 SMP Sun Jun ...
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kernel: journal commit I/O error

I am having some problems with a Dell 1950 server. I am installing RHEL 4.6 along with Oracle and some other software on here. I am randomly getting an error message saying "kernel: journal commit ...