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Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? I would be surprised if the difference between SR and current Apple drives was worth messing with for anyone not needing the SR raid tools... Creating your account only takes a few minutes. this mobo is upposed to support RAID 5? Omnis (15 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphicsCore i7-2600K 3.5GhzASUS P8P67 PROGTX 560 ti Fermi SuperclockedGT 220RAMHard DriveHard DriveOSG.SKILL Ripjaws Series 16GBHITACHI DeskstarCrucial RealSSDWin this contact form

To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. The RAID was performing fine, although the workstation connected to it was starting to act up, and since we had done about 25 500MB files in Photoshop, a little DW maintenance I (foolishly?) thought that the RAID 5 would offer me some kind of protection, and since DVD burning is a time intensive activity, in the last couple of months we've been I would be asking Alsoft for starters if they have any ideas (they've been very helpful when I've had problems and had the documentation).

It's unlikely that's what they actually are. by maverickvii › JH Audio JH3X Pro by Chipp › Cryorig R1 Ultimate CR-R1A Dual Tower CPU Heatsink with 2xXF140 fans by AyyMD › Thermaltake PS-SPR-0850FPCBUS-R Smart Pro RGB 850W Zero Oops, something's wrong below. Instead, when the server is restarted, Mac OS X simply replays recent transactions in the journal, bringing the system up-to-date and resuming operations that were interrupted during the failure.

Like ALL hardware RAID, once you form the array with the hardware controller you use Disk Utility to format the volume into a usable, indexed space. now, on the OS level (Mac OS X in this case) as mentioned above there's just one huge unformatted disk. If you get there we will discuss it. does the PE size affect this ?

Never reset the CMOS when you have a Hardware RAID. So I went into the config file, 2 were named md0 and two were named md1. I appreciate everyone's help. Journaling accelerates the recovery time after an unexpected shutdown, significantly improving the availability of server and storage systems.

on the file system side, i think journaling is a step into the right direction. Then, if you look at the --examine output, for each device it gives you the Device Role and the Events info, among other things... As for DW, nothing changes until one pushes the replace button; so in this case, if you had pushed the cancel button there would be no change (other than the report Join Now Asus P5N32-E SLI Bios v1503 NForce Drivers v15.23 Windows XP (C:) on mirrored 500Mb drives.

I am planing on setting up a raid 5 and that is why i got my P8P67 Deluxe. It could then no longer see the volume. Check in /proc/mdstat and stop it: Code: cat /proc/mdstat sudo mdadm --stop /dev/mdX 2. By taking any fragmented file and writing it to free space that should help when it next goes to load a file if it is larger than 20MB (unlikely in the

My pet-peeve is that you can't Save Disk Warrior's report until after - something I asked them about over a year ago. weblink Reply With Quote 11-12-2004,12:20 PM #3 TZ View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Guru Forum Ruler Join Date Jan 2001 Location Mobius Strip Posts 13,045 I see you used HFS This might be helpful. QuoteI had to switch mb's from using a 680i to an Intel ChipsetWhy?

If the above gives no result, the next to try is adding --run into it: Code: sudo mdadm --assemble --verbose --run --force /dev/md0 /dev/sdb3 /dev/sdc3 /dev/sda3 /dev/sdd3 If that doesn't work Cost is a bit lower and speed is a bit higher. as to which, i think the gurus are more suited help you there. =) cheers, oliver Last edited by boli; 11-14-2004 at 04:54 PM. http://puchinet.com/raid-5/raid-5-help.php Although you may experience loss of user data that was buffered at the time of the failure, the file system is returned to a consistent state.

p?lang=enu Post Reply Print view Search Advanced search 1 post • Page 1 of 1 lunacharsky I'm New! We can see that the events counter is almost identical, only on sdd3 it has 4 events less than the other three partitions. First Name Last Name Email Join Now or Log In Oops, something's wrong below.

I would expect it to be abcd but if mdadm says it is bcad then you should try that first...

We've custom fitted Pelican cases to use on location that hold a 15" PB, two Lacie D2 drives, and they connect through waterproof FW connections to another Pelican case that hold Otherwise, I doubt you would have had HFS Extended (Journaling) which is Apple's default format. One set of DVD's travel in a separate vehicle or get FedEx'ed if we are flying. i am a RAID n00b so that didnt occur to me haha happy hunting and thank you for your help samus129 Omnis (15 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphicsCore i7-2600K 3.5GhzASUS P8P67

Reason: added code tags Adv Reply Reply With Quote July 12th, 2016 #6 darkod View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Staff Emeritus Join Date Nov 2009 Location Mataro, Spain I use only ext4 so the command to check it is fsck. I've bought the Acuta 4 RAID from Rick, and used it with great success so far. http://puchinet.com/raid-5/raid-5-help-please.php raid 5 does offer you protection against the "death" of a harddisk effectively, which is very important.

You almost have to have a series of backups to be able to revert to in order to insure that one does not backup and restore a problem along with the Now I have three drives that where part of the array now completely seperate but non of the data has been formated or removed. I put the mobo in AHCI mode so i could put the OS on my 64BG SSD (win 7). Disk Information: Files: 158,246 Folders: 1,325 Free Space: 1.48 GB Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled) Block Size: 4 K Disk Sectors: 268,171,487 Media: Time: 11/12/04 1:01:03 PM DiskWarrior Version: 3.0.2 -

So I restarted, followed all the same steps and now I can't get it to work again. Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's