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magaraid fast or slow initialization for raid

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fast or slow initialization to create a raid1 / raid 10 ( new drive )
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The slow init is best practice.  It scans/replaces bad blocks and does a bit of a burn-in.
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Agreed with dlethe. It is like quick format and full format. The second takes longer but makes thorough work.
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I have to know .. grade of a "C"???   How could I have answered it better?
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