Re: Check your /etc/default/grub, if you use raid 1.
Am 29.07.2012 16:42, schrieb Sam Varshavchik: > And, fail/remove/add did not resync the drive. Because the volume uses an internal bitmap: oh, the newly-added > drive has a valid bitmap, apparently from the same volume, so let's add this drive without resyncing it! > > That, I think is a bug. Failing a drive should zero its superblock, to force a real resync if it gets added back to > the array. no, no and no! if you have some mechanic problems that could end in zero the superblocks of all disks in my last tests with a RAID1 i pulled the power from one SATA disk and after reboot i was not able to re-add the drive before manually zero the superblock which is the right behavior this was some months ago and played with both physical drives (pull, reboot, zero, re-add, resync)
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