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    Default Raid 0 partition don't mount

    Hello,

    After an install of suse 11.4, one of my drives raid 0 (ichr9 intel) does not mount and is not recognized as being formatted in NTSF, while the other unit raid 0 (ichr9) is recognized without problems?

    Have you any idea?

    Thank you and good day.

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    Hello,

    After an install of suse 11.4, one of my drives raid 0 (ichr9 intel) does not mount and is not recognized as being formatted in NTSF, while the other unit raid 0 (ichr9) is recognized without problems?

    Have you any idea?

    Thank you and good day.
    Perhaps you need to run a check disk function on the drive. A dirty disk, as it was called, had a bad shutdown and may have some issues that need to be fixed. A copy of WIndows could do it. A program like qtparted or other disk utility (not YaST Partitioner) can be used to fix a NOT Mounted NTFS partition for instance. NTFS partitions with perceived problems will not be mounted.

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    Linux has issues with Raid 0, I hope the above solution works for you, but I don't think success is likely.
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    Default Re: Raid 0 partition don't mount

    depends on the kind of RAID if it is FAKE (BIOS assist) RAID it is a tossup if Linux can use it or not. Should be no trouble if it is true hardware RAID.

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    I've had problems with different BIOS RAID in several systems.
    With kernel MD, RAID 0 works fine in my system (RAID 0 for / and RAID 1 for /home)
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