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Failed disk in Raid



On one my home machines I run Software RAID 0 ever since I had set it up for a client of mine.
I figured it is good insurance.


Well it looks like last night it paid off.
I received a disk failed event.
My primary / partition has a block that is not writeable on /dev/hda

If this was a customer's machine I would say trash the disk and put in a new one.
Not worth the $ for the trouble it could cause.


But since this is my home machine, and my $ are a bit more precious to me, I was thinking of removing all the partitions from the raid and trying to fix it using chkdisk and then adding it back into the raid.

What do you think?


Mike







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