On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 10:10:27PM -0700, ghe wrote:
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> When a drive in an mdadm RAID1 array fails, can I just pull a new
> (identical) drive out of the box and replace it? Or does the new one
> need to be partitioned first?
> Or something else??
Did you raid the partitions on the drive, I am guessing partitions, if
thats the case, partition it up and then raid hot add the partitions
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> Glenn English
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