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Problem with raid-5, drive 0 is ok ?

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Hi there,
When I start my server, it doesn’t found logical drive.
The logical drive is built as raid-5
It seems be  because of drive 2.
But I am surprised about the drive 0, is it normal ?
Please help me
Thanks,
Regards,
Simlip
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yes its normal in raid 5 the logical drive is spread all accross the raid memebers replace the drive and the the raid 5 logical drive will get rebuilt
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It is normal for drive 0 ?
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yes
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Surprised that there are lot of information on drive 1 and not the same on drive 0.
Thanks,
Regards,
Simlip
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yes because you are looking at a subset of the raid 5 you see
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subset, what is it ?
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one drive from a raid set
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