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    Default Software RAID data loss

    Hi, I'm changed my disk drivers 500GiBx2 to 1TiBx2 that configured as RAID (0+1), The problem is when I connect my two old disks to copy my data opensuse doesn't detect RAID and only showed the linux partitions and well I add the partitions to RAID array and now I have one RAID partition without file system (The data partition), What can I do?

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    Default Re: Software RAID data loss

    On 2011-06-03 21:06, Deathmachine wrote:
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    > Hi, I'm changed my disk drivers 500GiBx2 to 1TiBx2 that configured as
    > RAID (0+1), The problem is when I connect my two old disks to copy my
    > data opensuse doesn't detect RAID and only showed the linux partitions
    > and well I add the partitions to RAID array and now I have one RAID
    > partition without file system (The data partition), What can I do?



    Sorry, I don't fully understand. Can you try again?


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    Default Re: Software RAID data loss

    Thanks for reply but it doesn't matter anymore my hard disks is ************ up.

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    Default Re: Software RAID data loss

    On 06/06/2011 02:36 PM, Deathmachine wrote:
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    > Thanks for reply but it doesn't matter anymore my hard disks is ************
    > up.


    RAID was/is not a replacement for backups, it is instead intended to
    give 24 hour x 365 day up times by allowing hot replacement of
    failing/failed drives on a running server; and to increase read/write
    speed by 'striping' data onto several drives..

    so the very simple solution to your problem is to restore from backup..

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