I recently came home from vacation only to wake up the following morgon with two disks in my RAID5 array marked as faulty. I was able to start the RAID by forcing it to use the faulty disks and run, and I were able to salvage some of the important data I had on it.
For some reason the server was acting up, and would not let me execute commands under sudo or su, so I decided to reboot. Once I did the drives changed names, so now I don't know which ones were the original faulty ones.
Now I'm trying to determine which disks are bad so that I can replace them, but it's not turning out to be very easy. All of the disks are still functioning, but there are at least two that I'm certain I do not want in my new RAID. I was hoping that you could all try to help me out here.
I've ran badblocks on all the disks which didn't throw any errors, but smartctl did give me some interesting information on the disks, but I don't really know what to make of it.
Here are the log files, updated as recently as today.
The newest tests are tagged under LATEST with the date (03/11/2014).
I can only post two links, so here are the other ones...
/dev/sdd: http://paste.ubuntu.com/8808126/ /dev/sde: http://paste.ubuntu.com/8808128/
Thanks in advance