We got a Network Attach Storage (NAS) server, which has RAID 1 for OS and RAID 5 for storage using a RAID card (hardware RAID). Unfortunately the RAID card went bad. I wonder if it is possible to use software RAID to bring back that RAID 5?
In my oppinion Software RAID isn't really a great idea. I would replace the RAID card.
You could probably set up the disks in RAID 5 with Software RAID, but are you thinking for recovery or just to replace
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