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Check badblocks on RAID-0

Without RAID-0, I usually check bad sectors using this command: fsck -yvckfC -E fragcheck /dev/sdX How to check bad sectors when the harddisk was using RAID-0? should I run it for each drive? ...
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Raid0 assemble disk again?

Our server recently suffered a disk failure, so our hosting provider put a new Disk in with CentOS so we can login and see if we can recover the data. We had 2 x 120 GB SSD drives in software RAID0 ...
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How do RAID 0 Offers improved i/0? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are the different widely used RAID levels and when should I consider them? I wonder how RAID 0 offers better i/o. If i am not wrong in RAID 0 data gets split and ...
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Software raid 0 with six disks performance

I have some problems with disk performance. I have 6 x WD 500Gb RE4 disks. Each disk gives 135Mb/sec throughput. All measurements are made with hdparm with options "-tT" (I know that it is just ...
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1answer
506 views

identifying and cloning the superblock of a raid0 mdadm v0.90 array

/dev/sdb13 174706938 976768064 401030563+ fd Linux raid autodetect The size of that partition is 802061126 sectors. From what i read - mdadm should have placed the actual superblock ...
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270 views

FreeBSD vinum striped (RAID0) volume - performance issues

I've experimented with different striped volumes in vinum under FreeBSD 8.2-release. I have current hardware (Intel i5 processor, adequate MB and 8GB RAM). My test-setup consists of 2 or 4 disks in a ...
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Linux RAID0 - relocating member disk

I've got an issue I would rather handle with the array online - I am using RAID0 for temporary video storage - data that is low-cost to restore, but that is used frequently. The software array looks ...
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351 views

is xfs a good raid setup?

I'm using amazon, and there is docs everywhere to use xfs. Is xfs a software based raid? Is it fast?
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Opened raid1 in raid0, what now?

I accidentally opened my 1 disk raid1 as raid0 with mdadm --create, and this looks like it overwrote the default raid meta info, and makes my device detected as raid0 with mdadm --assemble --scan. For ...
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Mixing RAID0 and RAID1 on the same set of drives

I am soon installing a new pair of drives in one of our machines that exists as a VMWare host box (running VMWare Server at the moment). They are going to be used as a RAID0 array for a couple of ...