On Dienstag, 22. April 2008 Mikko Partio wrote:
> How have you recognized such a hard disk?
With "badblocks", which writes some patterns and re-reads it. But it's
of course annoying slow. At these servers I was lucky. Both were "only"
73GB disks used in a RAID-1, so only 2 small drives to check. With a
RAID of 8x750GB disks, it will take a *long* time to check, if you
cannot simply replace all disks at once. At this customer from today, I
would have to take one drive, check it, replace it, let RAID rebuild
CRC, take the next... a new mainboard is less work, so I try this
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