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Just experimented the same thing with no answers to be found in internet. I had a 4-disk Raid5 with one disk failed. So I wanted to replace the disk. I have the PercH310 in my heavily modified T3600 case so to determine, which disk actually failed I made the mistake and unattached two of them. I taught that when I put the working one back then It'll work ...


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Ohh and if the drive is shown as unconfigured good now. There is a trick to get your data back - just recreate RAID 0 with the same parameters as you had earlier and when it asks you to Initialize the array just say NO. It will create new config on a drive but won't wipe it. Hope it helps.


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If your array failed then you can try to push the drive online. In the WEBbios go select affected drive and make online. When it kicks in, try to boot and backup your data immediately.


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A software RAID1 needs to duplicate each data chunk, effectively transmitting it two times down the SB and SATA link. This means that sometime, due to bus congestion a significant IOPS decrease can be observed when using high performance storage drivers (in your case, SSDs). Try to increase the I/O queue length and/or to switch to deadline scheduler, as ...



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