I believe it might actually help if you could share here the (full) output of the following commands:Code:fdisk -l 2>&1cat /etc/fstabcat /etc/mtabblkid /dev/hd* 2>&1blkid /dev/sd* 2>&1I assume you have network (and internet access) whil...
I did some musical HDDs to get my "best" drives to hold a critical md device, then one failed after a power surge. So I bought a new disk and added it, then accidentally marked it as failed in the middle of recovery. I then removed the disk and added it again. I got the message "/dev/sdd re-added to /dev/md1"
Hi folks. My Debian box has an md device on it. A pretty big one, 6TB. Anyway, the server's been having problems today and yesterday. I just did a cat /proc/mdstat, and discovered it's doing a massive check. It's been running for days now. It's 92% done. Why is it doing this? thank you.
I was trying to wipe my 4GB SD card which acts as the hard drive for the Raspberry Pi, so I went into Mac OS X Disk Utility* and Erased the entire disk, and specified that the whole disk be one big FAT-32 partition.
The output of fdisk /dev/disk2:
Disk: /dev/disk2 geometry: 975/128/63 [7866368 sectors]
#: id cyl hd sec - cyl hd sec [ s