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Starting Point for Raid0 Array

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#1 lobstarr


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Posted 01 May 2015 - 01:51 PM



My motherboard/cpu fried the other day and I was wondering if anyone had a guide on where to start in recovering my data.


I had two arrays setup on both IHC10R (Boot) and JMICRON (Data). I back these up usually but there are certain files that I am unsure of whether or not they are important on random places on the disk - like Desktop (it was a busy workweek!) that did not get backed up.


I think (though haven't started yet) that the Intel one I should be able to rebuild with the existing data. However the raid array built on other will be a little trickier.


Having searched around for a little bit I was wondering if anyone had a guide using LINUX/UBUNTU to rebuild the array using 'mdadm'?


Can anyone point out a guide? I am also new to linux but I am no hurry and will take this opportunity to slowly learn about it anyways.

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