I have a 3ware 9650SE-2LP card that was set up to mirror two 1 TB disks (let's call them Disk A and Disk B). A couple of months or so ago the array stopped working (gave me an error at boot-up saying that there was something wrong -- unfortunately, I didn't write down exact error message).
I am looking for a device of which I don't know how it should be called.
The current situation is that we provide computer services and often have to take disk images of hard disks before doing whatever we are going to do. We are using Acronis software for this (which works great) to make disk images to another hard disk (2TB).
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Sapphire 4850X2 2GB up, great condition. Still a sweet card overall. Been running 3x U2410's off it for the past 2 years. Ships in a plain box, can include a Crossfire bridge upon request, no charge.
3Ware 9650SE - 4Port SATA RAID, great condition. Upgrading to an 8-port, no longer need.
3Ware 9750-4i 4Port SATA RAID, terrific condition.
My laptop hard disk got crashed. But until I replace I want to do my home works. So I installed Ubuntu 11.10 on 16GB Kingston DT101 G2 pen drive.
My question is, using my pen drive as my regular disk for 1 or 2 weeks is that OK ? Will I get any problems in my pen drive? After I replace my hard disk can I use that pen drive as normal ( just assume I will use my laptop at least 12 hours per day).
I was switching the disk drives in my server, running RAID 6 on 5 disks on a 3ware 9650SE controller, for newer disks and have run into a problem.
The two first disks went fine, I took out one disk and inserted a new one, let the array rebuild and repeated for disk 2.
When booting after switching the 3.