RE: Determining which drive failed in RAID 5 array

From: Smith, Albert (Albert.Smith_at_genexservices.com)
Date: 08/05/05

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    Date: Fri, 5 Aug 2005 16:28:02 -0400
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    > I've got a RAID 5 array with four drives in it. One of them
    > is failed, I look at /proc/mdstat and it shows me 4/3 [UUU_].
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    > How do I know which one is faied???
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    It looks like the last device that was entered into your raid
    configuration.

    When you do an mdadm --query what does it come back with?

    Albert Smith
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    HPCSA, RHCT
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