[K12OSN] RAID 1 anomaly

Burke Almquist burke at thealmquists.net
Sun Sep 9 15:36:33 UTC 2012

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You said it's striping, so is it RAID 0 or RAID 1?

On Sep 9, 2012, at 9:13 AM, Barry R Cisna wrote:

> Hello ALl,
> Looks like not much activity for quite some time here...
> I have a question for the grizzled network admins.
> We have an old Windows 2000 server (that runs some VERY old typing
> programs) that one of the two hard drives died that i configured in a
> Hardware RAID 1 /Stripped arrangement. The drive simply would not
> 'park',,,click,,click,,click,,,on boot. OK,so i find another same
> capacity hard drive in the cast off pile ,that i swapped the circuit
> board,off of,,onto the clicking hard drive.This fixes the 'parking
> problem,and the drive is now recognized in the bios once again.
> Problem: Now the same hard drive ( with diffrent circuit board) is being
> seen as an 'foreign drive' in the RAID array ( FastTrack100).
> Is there any way to make this same drive with different circuit board/
> serial number,,fit into the original array?
> I hate the thoughts of having to reformat this server beings it's an
> very antiqaited piece anyway
> Thank you,
> Barry
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