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Call your IBM reseller. They can get it. (as Newegg/amazon still have it in stock) A tip for IBM, HMM. Google 7945 HMM, and open first link. http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/systemx/documentation/topic/com.ibm.sysx.7945.doc/PDF_4255_7945_7949_PDSG.pdf Page 387, send that to the reseller


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What can I do to attempt to recover the files? Stop what you are doing. Power off the server. Remove the hard drives and ship them off to a professional data recovery shop. Period, full stop. You haven't a clue how exactly it was configured before, and anything more you do to it will cause further issues. I've had an idea of reconfiguring the RAID ...


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If you want you can assemble with three drives in degraded mode... mdadm --assemble --force /dev/md0 /dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sdd "missing" is an option that can be used with mdadm --create


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Did you try assembling it with missing in place of the odd third disk sdc, i.e. mdadm --assemble /dev/md0 /dev/sda /dev/sdb missing /dev/sdd --verbose That sounds like it could work because the remaining three appear to be in sync and with RAID-5 N-1 is sufficient to restart the array in degraded mode. It's possible that the device indices aren't right, ...



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