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I doubt highly that you had a spare drive configured previously. It is more likely that the drive that is "spare" has been removed from the RAID set due to ...
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    I doubt highly that you had a spare drive configured previously. It is more likely that the drive that is "spare" has been removed from the RAID set due to corruption/sync error. If the array is running in a "degraded" state, it expects that a drive needs to be re-added and the array should be re-synced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HROAdmin26 View Post
    Is the RAID set mounted? I don't see it...

    * I think you're confused about the "free space" numbers you posted. If a folder doesn't have a volume mounted under it, it will report the disk numbers of the parent filesystem (in your case, I assume that is /)

    You may need to manually fix your RAID set to see what's going on. Since the RAID set isn't even running/active, you don't know if there is a filesystem issue.

    See if any md device is running:
    Code:
    cat /proc/mdstat
    See what the last saved config of md looks like:
    Code:
    cat /etc/mdadm.conf
    See if all disks are showing up:
    Code:
    fdisk -l
    i am using the graphical control center for partitions and dont see it, is there a way to mount and not messing anything up. the folder still shows up under /itx/home

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