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    Break root pass in soft-raid system


    Dear,

    I Rarely use forums, so I apologize in advance if I categorized wrong, I tried the alternative to my problem here in the community and found no similar problem.

    I have a server with OS Nexus with 2 disks in raid 1, soft-raid. In summary, we have lost the password of the Nexus, which possesses other 6 disks in Raid belly physical (SCSI in Megaraid) and after a rebuild on a disk array that second, stopped mount the volume in the system.

    I need an alternative to logging in as root on the server and identify the problem with the second array. Anyone have any suggestions?


    Thanks everyone !

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    You can try booting a live cd/dvd/usb drive, login as root (no password required), and use the standard system raid and file system tools to fix the array.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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