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comment Linux soft RAID6 how to identify last failing drive
symcbean - not a duplicate. I know which 3 drives failed. I need to know which one failed last.
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comment Linux soft RAID6 how to identify last failing drive
I'm currently running ddrescue on two of them (I only had 2 free slots in my chassis). Event after copying them however, I still need to know what was last-to-fail, right? Otherwise I'll be rebuilding the array with very old data
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answered iscsi TGTD gets continuous tgtd: conn_close(100) connection closed, 0x10b9288 1
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comment iscsi TGTD gets continuous tgtd: conn_close(100) connection closed, 0x10b9288 1
The version of tgtd that shipped with Centos has this problem. I ended up having to build tgtd from source. The version I used was fujita-tgt-v1.0.27. Building that from source and replacing the stock tgtd fixed it for me.
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comment Cisco internal VLAN setup with access to public network
I've only assigned an IP address to VLAN2 (the private one). VLAN1 has no IPs - it is connected directly to the router, which does have the (public) IP ranges. The goal is VLAN1 can't talk to VLAN2, however VLAN2 can talk to VLAN1. (i.e. private can talk to public, but not the other way)