have an H8dce that crsahed and have a new one on order for first thing in the morning. When I swap out the motherboard. Obviously the onboard raid settings will be wiped clean. How do I recreate the raid array without destroying the existing one.
Called Supermicro support and they suggested buying 4 new drives creating a new array. Power down the system and than putting the old drives back (in the proper order of course).
Can this be done, or any other suggestions? very urgent on this!
The RAID will be blank when you fire it up. HOWEVER, most later RAID controllers are meant to recognize and existing array if they are blank and something is attached.
Make sure you identify the current
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