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Jun
11
comment mdadm, RAID5 all disks marked as spare, won't start
no, nothing has been removed yet
Jun
11
asked mdadm, RAID5 all disks marked as spare, won't start
Sep
9
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Dec
18
comment Apache2, Multiple IPs, multiple vhosts one SSL
nothing at all. neither the log of the virtual host, nor the main apache log
Dec
18
asked Apache2, Multiple IPs, multiple vhosts one SSL
Nov
9
answered Cassandra-cli could not connect to localhost
Oct
19
answered Reset MySQL Password
Oct
19
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Jul
6
revised Debian squeeze, mdadm. Degraded RAID5 array after each reboot
add mdadm --assemble -v --force /dev/md0 /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd /dev/sde output
Jul
6
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Jul
6
comment Debian squeeze, mdadm. Degraded RAID5 array after each reboot
I'm afraid not. I have concluded that there is no hardware problem Please see this output of mdadm --assemble -v --force /dev/md0 /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd /dev/sde in the original post
Jul
5
comment Debian squeeze, mdadm. Degraded RAID5 array after each reboot
Also, i notice in dmesg that in startup [ 2.622452] md: bind<sdc> [ 2.624170] md: bind<sdd> [ 2.625842] md: bind<sdb> while [ 169.429012] md: bind<sde>
Jul
5
comment Debian squeeze, mdadm. Degraded RAID5 array after each reboot
SMART is OK, i've double checked it.
Jul
5
comment Debian squeeze, mdadm. Degraded RAID5 array after each reboot
i've updated the first post
Jul
5
revised Debian squeeze, mdadm. Degraded RAID5 array after each reboot
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Jul
5
asked Debian squeeze, mdadm. Degraded RAID5 array after each reboot
Jul
3
comment Debian Stable - Routing problem
Thank you very much. Bridginq was all i needed...
Jul
2
asked Debian Stable - Routing problem
Apr
20
comment Problem with RAID5 (mdadm) - disk detached
Thank you very much
Apr
18
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