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comment Is it safe to interrupt a mdadm --grow operation?
seems that graceful shutdown does not necesarily cause trouble with reshaping arrays - in spinics.net/lists/raid/msg40771.html Neil Brown states: "If the machine was shutdown by a crash during reshape you might suffer corruption. If it was a clean shutdown you won't."
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revised Is it safe to interrupt a mdadm --grow operation?
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comment Server rejects connections on svn:// protocol (SVN repositories)
See svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.7/svn.ref.svnserve.html on configuring logging in svnserve (hint: search for log-file)
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comment Server rejects connections on svn:// protocol (SVN repositories)
why do you mention apache? Is svn using it in any way?
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comment Server rejects connections on svn:// protocol (SVN repositories)
it seems that the server is dropping the connection, see the system logs or svnserve logs for any information why it is doing it
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comment Error 102 when trying to use HTTPS
also providing apache2ctl -S would tell us what apache configuration is
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answered Error 102 when trying to use HTTPS
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comment mdadm did not notice a failed disk in raid0
in this case it was for a read only MySQL slave (one amongst several) with the intention of squeezing as many IOPS as possible. Anyway, the data loss is irrelevant, all I want to know is that mdadm's behaviour is correct.
Jan
31
comment Postfix deliver mail to correct mail server based on MX Records
it would be helpful if you provided the relevant postfix logs. Postfix configuration (obtained with postconf) might also be helpul
Jan
31
comment mdadm did not notice a failed disk in raid0
Especially that I explicitly stated that I don't care about data, but I want to understand the behavior of mdadm. Also "opening `/dev/sdf': No such device or address" means that running mdadm -E /dev/sdf won't tell me anything significant
Jan
31
comment mdadm did not notice a failed disk in raid0
I just want to understand why mdadm insists that the array is "State: clean". Does this mean that mdadm works as expected?
Jan
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comment mdadm did not notice a failed disk in raid0
@Danielt. this doesn't seem to apply since mdadm is newer than 3.1.1 and in my case the disk is no longer accessible (sd 2:0:9:0: rejecting I/O to offline device) messages in dmesg
Jan
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revised mdadm did not notice a failed disk in raid0
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revised mdadm did not notice a failed disk in raid0
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