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Replace a failed drive in Linux RAID

Vincent Danen

March 23, 2010

This week's TechMail is Replace a failed drive in Linux RAID which goes into the fun I had on a Sunday afternoon a few weeks ago replacing a drive in my backup box at my mother's place. All-in-all it was dead simple and very painless, which just goes to show how reliable RAID on Linux really is. It might be nice if it was more automated (although I suspect there might be some GUI tools to help with this; I've not bothered to check since my servers don't run X).

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