Re: Keep losing RAID device

From: Crucificator (crucificator_at_home.ro)
Date: 08/16/04

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    Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 11:53:34 +0300
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    Chris Mason wrote:

    >The drives are on 2 x 2 channel Promise Ultra100 IDE cards, each drive has
    >it's own channel.
    >I don't think the motherbaord is relevant, but it a 2.4 GHz Intel processor
    >and an Asus MB of some kind.
    >
    >
    I had same problem with an scsi controller on an compaq server i managed
    to stop it using last driver updates. Have you tried it? Or are you
    using them allready?

    >Three of the drives work fine, it is only one that has this problem.
    >RAID 5 works with three or more drives.
    >
    >
    >
    yeah sorry about this one. i was under the false impression that it
    always needs 2n+1 drives. i don't know how and where i got it :(

    >Chris Mason
    >masonc@masonc.com
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