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Old 11-14-2010, 04:41 PM
Tom Bishop
 
Default RAID Resynch...??

So still coming up to speed with mdadm and I notice this morning one of my servers acting sluggish...so when I looked at the mdadm raid device I see this:

*mdadm --detail /dev/md0
/dev/md0:
******* Version : 0.90

* Creation Time : Mon Sep 27 22:47:44 2010
**** Raid Level : raid10
**** Array Size : 976759808 (931.51 GiB 1000.20 GB)
* Used Dev Size : 976759808 (931.51 GiB 1000.20 GB)
** Raid Devices : 2
* Total Devices : 2

Preferred Minor : 0
*** Persistence : Superblock is persistent

*** Update Time : Sun Nov 14 11:33:51 2010
********* State : clean, resyncing
*Active Devices : 2
Working Devices : 2
*Failed Devices : 0

* Spare Devices : 0

******** Layout : far=2
**** Chunk Size : 512K

*Rebuild Status : 57% complete

********** UUID : f045370a:5be687e9:73e57992:06ea59e5
******** Events : 0.8

*** Number** Major** Minor** RaidDevice State

****** 0****** 8****** 17******* 0***** active sync** /dev/sdb1
****** 1****** 8****** 33******* 1***** active sync** /dev/sdc1


If done some googling but I am stumped as to what would have kicked this off, anyone have any insight that would be great...The system has been up for ~34 days and it kicked off at 4am local time...Here are some of my system details...


Centos 5.5 - 2.6.18-194.11.4.el5

fstab:
LABEL=/**************** /********************** ext3*** defaults******* 1 1
LABEL=/boot************ /boot****************** ext3*** defaults******* 1 2
/dev/md0*************** /home****************** ext4*** noatime,defaults******** 0 2

/dev/md0*************** /mnt/data-raid********* ext4*** noatime,defaults******** 0 2
tmpfs****************** /dev/shm*************** tmpfs** defaults******* 0 0
devpts***************** /dev/pts*************** devpts* gid=5,mode=620* 0 0

sysfs****************** /sys******************* sysfs** defaults******* 0 0
proc******************* /proc****************** proc*** defaults******* 0 0
LABEL=SWAP-sda2******** swap******************* swap*** defaults******* 0 0


Thanks in advance....



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Old 11-14-2010, 04:46 PM
Tom Bishop
 
Default RAID Resynch...??

NEVERMIND....somehow my fstab mount is not right.....

On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 11:41 AM, Tom Bishop <bishoptf@gmail.com> wrote:

So still coming up to speed with mdadm and I notice this morning one of my servers acting sluggish...so when I looked at the mdadm raid device I see this:


*mdadm --detail /dev/md0
/dev/md0:
******* Version : 0.90

* Creation Time : Mon Sep 27 22:47:44 2010
**** Raid Level : raid10
**** Array Size : 976759808 (931.51 GiB 1000.20 GB)
* Used Dev Size : 976759808 (931.51 GiB 1000.20 GB)
** Raid Devices : 2
* Total Devices : 2


Preferred Minor : 0
*** Persistence : Superblock is persistent

*** Update Time : Sun Nov 14 11:33:51 2010
********* State : clean, resyncing
*Active Devices : 2
Working Devices : 2
*Failed Devices : 0


* Spare Devices : 0

******** Layout : far=2
**** Chunk Size : 512K

*Rebuild Status : 57% complete

********** UUID : f045370a:5be687e9:73e57992:06ea59e5
******** Events : 0.8

*** Number** Major** Minor** RaidDevice State


****** 0****** 8****** 17******* 0***** active sync** /dev/sdb1
****** 1****** 8****** 33******* 1***** active sync** /dev/sdc1


If done some googling but I am stumped as to what would have kicked this off, anyone have any insight that would be great...The system has been up for ~34 days and it kicked off at 4am local time...Here are some of my system details...



Centos 5.5 - 2.6.18-194.11.4.el5

fstab:
LABEL=/**************** /********************** ext3*** defaults******* 1 1
LABEL=/boot************ /boot****************** ext3*** defaults******* 1 2
/dev/md0*************** /home****************** ext4*** noatime,defaults******** 0 2


/dev/md0*************** /mnt/data-raid********* ext4*** noatime,defaults******** 0 2
tmpfs****************** /dev/shm*************** tmpfs** defaults******* 0 0
devpts***************** /dev/pts*************** devpts* gid=5,mode=620* 0 0


sysfs****************** /sys******************* sysfs** defaults******* 0 0
proc******************* /proc****************** proc*** defaults******* 0 0
LABEL=SWAP-sda2******** swap******************* swap*** defaults******* 0 0



Thanks in advance....





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Old 11-14-2010, 07:05 PM
Ryan Wagoner
 
Default RAID Resynch...??

On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 12:46 PM, Tom Bishop <bishoptf@gmail.com> wrote:
> NEVERMIND....somehow my fstab mount is not right.....
>
> On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 11:41 AM, Tom Bishop <bishoptf@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> So still coming up to speed with mdadm and I notice this morning one of my
>> servers acting sluggish...so when I looked at the mdadm raid device I see
>> this:
>>
>> *mdadm --detail /dev/md0
>> /dev/md0:
>> ******* Version : 0.90
>> * Creation Time : Mon Sep 27 22:47:44 2010
>> **** Raid Level : raid10
>> **** Array Size : 976759808 (931.51 GiB 1000.20 GB)
>> * Used Dev Size : 976759808 (931.51 GiB 1000.20 GB)
>> ** Raid Devices : 2
>> * Total Devices : 2
>> Preferred Minor : 0
>> *** Persistence : Superblock is persistent
>>
>> *** Update Time : Sun Nov 14 11:33:51 2010
>> ********* State : clean, resyncing
>> *Active Devices : 2
>> Working Devices : 2
>> *Failed Devices : 0
>> * Spare Devices : 0
>>
>> ******** Layout : far=2
>> **** Chunk Size : 512K
>>
>> *Rebuild Status : 57% complete
>>
>> ********** UUID : f045370a:5be687e9:73e57992:06ea59e5
>> ******** Events : 0.8
>>
>> *** Number** Major** Minor** RaidDevice State
>> ****** 0****** 8****** 17******* 0***** active sync** /dev/sdb1
>> ****** 1****** 8****** 33******* 1***** active sync** /dev/sdc1
>>
>>
>> If done some googling but I am stumped as to what would have kicked this
>> off, anyone have any insight that would be great...The system has been up
>> for ~34 days and it kicked off at 4am local time...Here are some of my
>> system details...
>>
>> Centos 5.5 - 2.6.18-194.11.4.el5
>>
>> fstab:
>> LABEL=/**************** /********************** ext3*** defaults******* 1
>> 1
>> LABEL=/boot************ /boot****************** ext3*** defaults******* 1
>> 2
>> /dev/md0*************** /home****************** ext4
>> noatime,defaults******** 0 2
>> /dev/md0*************** /mnt/data-raid********* ext4
>> noatime,defaults******** 0 2
>> tmpfs****************** /dev/shm*************** tmpfs** defaults******* 0
>> 0
>> devpts***************** /dev/pts*************** devpts* gid=5,mode=620* 0
>> 0
>> sysfs****************** /sys******************* sysfs** defaults******* 0
>> 0
>> proc******************* /proc****************** proc*** defaults******* 0
>> 0
>> LABEL=SWAP-sda2******** swap******************* swap*** defaults******* 0
>> 0
>>
>> Thanks in advance....
>>
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Old 11-14-2010, 07:05 PM
Ryan Wagoner
 
Default RAID Resynch...??

On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 12:46 PM, Tom Bishop <bishoptf@gmail.com> wrote:
> NEVERMIND....somehow my fstab mount is not right.....
>
> On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 11:41 AM, Tom Bishop <bishoptf@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> So still coming up to speed with mdadm and I notice this morning one of my
>> servers acting sluggish...so when I looked at the mdadm raid device I see
>> this:
>>
>> *mdadm --detail /dev/md0
>> /dev/md0:
>> ******* Version : 0.90
>> * Creation Time : Mon Sep 27 22:47:44 2010
>> **** Raid Level : raid10
>> **** Array Size : 976759808 (931.51 GiB 1000.20 GB)
>> * Used Dev Size : 976759808 (931.51 GiB 1000.20 GB)
>> ** Raid Devices : 2
>> * Total Devices : 2
>> Preferred Minor : 0
>> *** Persistence : Superblock is persistent
>>
>> *** Update Time : Sun Nov 14 11:33:51 2010
>> ********* State : clean, resyncing
>> *Active Devices : 2
>> Working Devices : 2
>> *Failed Devices : 0
>> * Spare Devices : 0
>>
>> ******** Layout : far=2
>> **** Chunk Size : 512K
>>
>> *Rebuild Status : 57% complete
>>
>> ********** UUID : f045370a:5be687e9:73e57992:06ea59e5
>> ******** Events : 0.8
>>
>> *** Number** Major** Minor** RaidDevice State
>> ****** 0****** 8****** 17******* 0***** active sync** /dev/sdb1
>> ****** 1****** 8****** 33******* 1***** active sync** /dev/sdc1
>>
>>
>> If done some googling but I am stumped as to what would have kicked this
>> off, anyone have any insight that would be great...The system has been up
>> for ~34 days and it kicked off at 4am local time...Here are some of my
>> system details...
>>
>> Centos 5.5 - 2.6.18-194.11.4.el5
>>
>> fstab:
>> LABEL=/**************** /********************** ext3*** defaults******* 1
>> 1
>> LABEL=/boot************ /boot****************** ext3*** defaults******* 1
>> 2
>> /dev/md0*************** /home****************** ext4
>> noatime,defaults******** 0 2
>> /dev/md0*************** /mnt/data-raid********* ext4
>> noatime,defaults******** 0 2
>> tmpfs****************** /dev/shm*************** tmpfs** defaults******* 0
>> 0
>> devpts***************** /dev/pts*************** devpts* gid=5,mode=620* 0
>> 0
>> sysfs****************** /sys******************* sysfs** defaults******* 0
>> 0
>> proc******************* /proc****************** proc*** defaults******* 0
>> 0
>> LABEL=SWAP-sda2******** swap******************* swap*** defaults******* 0
>> 0
>>
>> Thanks in advance....
>>

Have a look at /etc/cron.weekly/99-raid-check

Ryan
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