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On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 04:13:42PM +0100, Patrick Welche wrote:
> One of my raidframe mirror disks had unrecoverable errors. Running seatools
> fixed them (aside: would you return a 500G SATA disk if it had 64 errors?).
How did it fix them? By writing to the faulty sector(s)?
> The question now is, is the parity really alright?
If it wrote to the bad sectors to make them better, no.
> raidctl -p and -P say it
> is, but should I fail the disk and reconstruct it just to be sure? (There
> isn't a *really* verify parity option to raidctl is there?)
I'd do something to verify the data is identical. What that is I'm not
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