First time poster and self-professed moron; I’m not bright enough to know what I don’t know. After a year and a half of flawless operation, my RAID went missing after a reboot.
I tried some of the ‘generic’ recommendations offered here but stopped short of applying any “forced” instructions (I may be a moron, but I’m a cautious moron). I have not rebooted since I found the array missing.
All my critical files were backed up and are safe, but I have about 14 tbs of media (all legal) hanging in the balance. If the RAID can be restored – fantastic; if not – a big hit, but not a life altering event.
Per ryecoaaron’s info request for degraded or missing RAID issues, I use 4 WD Red 6TB NAS Internal Hard Drives and the results of the requested inquiries are as follows:
/dev/sdb1: LABEL="BackUp" UUID="9238bbb9-e494-487d-941e-234cad83a670" TYPE="ext4" PARTUUID="d6e47150-672f-4fb8-a57d-72c6ff0ca4ae"/dev/sde: UUID="98379905-d139-d263-d58d-5eb3893ba95b" UUID_SUB="97feb0f7-c46c-0e05-4b6f-4c40a9448f9f" LABEL="Server:Raid1" TYPE="linux_raid_member"/dev/sdc: UUID="98379905-d139-d263-d58d-5eb3893ba95b" UUID_SUB="98a8cd6c-cb21-5f16-8540-aa6c88960541" LABEL="Server:Raid1" TYPE="linux_raid_member"/dev/sda: UUID="98379905-d139-d263-d58d-5eb3893ba95b" UUID_SUB="f3a4ee0f-ed2a-bf8a-ead3-034b9f975d88" LABEL="Server:Raid1" TYPE="linux_raid_member"
Thank you in advance for any help and/or condolences you may offer.