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    Thumbs up [RESOLVED]RAID5 problem with Adaptec controller

    Hello
    I have an Adaptec 2610SA Sata controller with 5 discs of 500mb in Raid 5.
    Some day it reboots and I have the next message:

    <code>
    Following Arrays have Missing ro Rebuilding or Failed Memebers and are degraded:
    Array#0-RAID-5
    Following Arrays have missing required members and cannot be configured:
    Array#0-RAID-5

    Press <Enter> to accept the current configuration
    Press <Ctrl-A> to enter Adaptec RAID Configuration Utility
    </code>

    If I enter in Adaptec configuration in the option "Array Configuration Utility" I have the message:
    <code>
    Configuration Change
    Configuration change has been detected in the system.
    If you reject the configuration change, you will not be
    able to modify current configuration. If you accept,
    it will be updated to the current configuration.
    [accept] [reject]
    </code>

    If I reject, in Manage Arrays I have the arrays but disc number 1 and two are --Missing Member--
    If I go to disk Utilities, I have the five disk. When I Verify Disk Media of missing members, one disk fail and the other are ok.

    If I accept the new configuration, I have no Arrays
    When I try to create array:
    <code>
    Select drives to create array:
    00 ST3500418AS 896 KB
    01 ST3500418AS 465.7 GB <- wrong disk, color grey, disabled
    02 ST3500630AS 465.7 GB
    03 ST3500320AS 896KB
    04 ST3500630AS 896KB
    </code>

    Its seems like disk 01 and 02 are not in the array, and disk 01 are damaged.

    How Can I rebuild my array? Are all the lata lost? nooooooooooooooooo!!!!!

    A lot of thanks!

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    You have one of more drive which have problems. This is the point of raid 5, you can replace a drive and the array will rebuild without any data loss.
    Gilles Lussier

    HWC Folding@Home Team

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