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i have raid 5 in my exchange server and one drive faild i replace it and now it doing rebuild how much time this procces take?
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rebuild takes about approximatly 30 min . But it may increase depending on the data size of RAID 5 Volument
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It depends on many things like the controller, speed of the drives, what the rebuild rate is set to on the system and the traffic on the server while its rebuilding. Usually a good estimate is 2-3 min per gig.
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