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Use old raid drive as boot device without data loss

There were two disks in sw-raid. There were /dev/md1 as swap, /dev/md2 as boot and a /dev/md3 with ext4. The sw-raid was disabled by stopping and removing mdadm and then zeroing the superblock on ...
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Saving data on a failing software RAID 1 setup

My CentOS 6 server is running a software RAID 1 configuration with two 1 TB disks. Yesterday trouble started happening when the server was very irresponsive. I checked the logs and noticed a whole ...
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mdadm raid1, drive failure lost 14days worth of data?

I am rather confused. One evening I had a server which had died. I went to reboot it and noticed it was stuck on the "GRUB" boot screen. I then noticed a hard drive had failed. I put a new hard drive ...
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mdadm raid 1 grub only on sda

I just finished setting up a CentOS 6.3 64bit server with mdadm however a lightbulb went on and I realised grub would only be installed on the first drive which is about as much use and an ashtray on ...
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Hardware RAID in CentOS 6.2

I have a ServeRAID-BR10il SAS/SATA PCIe Controller RAID O and 1 Standard. Do you have any suggestions how to install it in CentOS 6.2? All the tutorials I found are only software RAID. Hope you guys ...
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Installing MySQL in CentOS 6.2 with RAID 1

Is the installation of MySQL in CentOS with RAID1 the same as that of none? If not, what are the changes in the process of installation?
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Dead Linux server - need help and options

I have a Dell PE 1950 with 2 SATA drives in a software RAID1. OS is CentOS 5.5 (2.6.18.x). Starting this afternoon we received HW errors (something on the bus is bad, E171F) and the machine became ...
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CentOS - hardware raid 1 of two drives not being treated as single drive by fdisk

I am a bit new to hardware configuration in general, much less with linux, so please give me a little slack :) I have the following setup: 1 320GB Drive that contains the OS (centOS) and 2 250GB ...
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How to determine if a CentOS system is Raid-1?

I've tried searching for this answer, but haven't found anything elegant. I have numerous servers in a colo that is in another state. I need to find a way to check that the servers have RAID-1 on ...