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Re: RAIDframe: what if a disc fails during copyback
On 10/30/20 1:54 PM, Edgar Fuß wrote:
it locks out all other non-copyback IO in order to finish the job!
Locking out all other IO is very poor... but if it's a small enough RAID set
you might be able to get away with the downtime for the copyback...
You shouldn't need to reboot for this... the 'failing spared disk' and
'reconstruct to previous second disk' should work fine without reboot.
I still don't get this. What I have is:
So what am I supposed to do from here?
If you really want to get /dev/sd5a in use again, you can do:
raidctl -f /dev/sda7 raidX
raidctl -vR /dev/sd5a raidX
to do the fail of sd7a and rebuild of sd5a. But unless you have a
strong need to use sd5a I would do nothing and leave things as-is. If
you reboot at this point /dev/sd7a would show up as the first component
and be marked as 'optimal'.
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