16
votes
7answers
5k views

RAID-5: Two disks failed simultaneously?

We have a Dell PowerEdge T410 server running CentOS, with a RAID-5 array containing 5 Seagate Barracuda 3 TB SATA disks. Yesterday the system crashed (I don't know how exactly and I don't have any ...
2
votes
1answer
49 views

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 ...
-4
votes
1answer
1k views

2 Disks lost from RAID5 on P212! How can I recover the array without losing data? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: All servers flooded by salt water, is it possible to recover data from multi-platter drives? I am an individual user of HP P212/Zero Memory Smart Array Controller and I ...
-2
votes
2answers
1k views

HP MSA60 complains that new drives are faulty

We got some replacement drives from HP PN 454273-001 1TB 7.2k drives. We put them into the msa. It completes rebuild but when we run the hp insight diagnostics tests. It comes back as read write error ...
3
votes
1answer
4k views

RAID5 on SmartArray P410i online resize

I have P410i+256M Cache without battery backup. My RAID5 was build over 3*136GB disks, now all disks were replaced to a 3*300GB array. How can I extend it to use the whole space? HPacucli doesn't ...
0
votes
2answers
2k views

Intel Rapid Storage Technology - Raid5 is very slow

I build a computer with a raid5, using the motherboards raid controller (ASUS P7H57D-V EVO - intel Rapid Storage Technology). The read and write are however very slow, when using the raid controller ...
0
votes
6answers
2k views

understanding RAID Level 5

Just wanted to clear my understanding on RAID 5, suppose we have 100 GB of data to be stored in SAN in RAID level 5, does the actual storage means 100 *5= 500 GB ?, or it is the 100 GB only which is ...
3
votes
4answers
1k views

MediaShield RAID 5 is showing up as 760GB when the actual size is 2.7TB

I just finished setting up Windows 2003 Server on my new server, and I started setting up a RAID 5 for it. I have 4x1TB Hard Drives. From MediaSheild RAID Utility (at boot time) the RAID size is ...