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2 disk RAID5 Linux software array

(I've posted this on Serverfault as I suspect it a bit to technical for Superuser. If I'm wrong please move it where appropriate) I am remotely looking at a device which identifies as ReadyNAS ...
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How to get started troubleshooting Linux mdadm raid10 write performance?

Using Linux mdadm, I've setup a six disk raid10,f2 array. I'm using 7200RPM SATA drives. The biggest load I am worried about is recording four streams of live video (worst case of 20Mbits each, final ...
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mdadm: superblock on /dev/sdd1 doesn't match others - assembly aborted

OS: Debian Squeeze Kernel: 2.6.32-5-amd64 mdadm version: 3.1.4 (31 August 2010) mdarrays md1 = raid1 (this is working) (devices: /dev/sd[fg]1) md0 = raid6 (previously raid5, ...
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Linux software raid GUI monitor for GNOME

I prefer mdadm to administrate my raid and I currently use a script to see the raid status. Running a (php)script to see the status is not exactly the most smooth experience for me so I have been ...
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mdadm and 4k sectors (advanced format)

There are numerous questions on Serverfault about aligning 4k sectors disks, but one thing is not really clear to me yet. I successfully aligned my RAID1+LVM. One of the things I did was use mdadm ...
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Future proof RAID-like storage solution in Linux

I'm currently running my storage server on 4x1TB disks in RAID5. There are no issues here, no lack of speed, no lack of performance. But now these disks are getting out of free space and I have the ...