Ahh i see okay, that cleared it up! Thanks again!
So wiping sdc or sdb? In other words, there is no way to sync those two drives back to how they were? Im not sure i understand the point of raid 1 then . If sdb is dependent on something on sdc, wouldnt that defeat the purpose of raid, in that i cannot restore it after a potential drive failure? Oh well, the data wasnt all that important any way, guess i will wipe and start from fresh. Thanks for the help!
Ahh rookie mistake
However, now im getting this:Code
Cool! Didnt know that. When i try that i get:Code
sdc - "not a directory". Do i need to create a filesystem first on sdc or something? Also it seems the superblock is missing. I know that there is a --zero-superblock flag, however no entirely sure how to use it. Thanks for the help so far!
After having removed and mounted a disk (sdc) on a different computer, my raid 1 array now does not appear in the web GUI under raid management when returned to my server.
fdisk -l | grep "Disk "Code
mdadm --detail --scan --verbose
As far as i can tell the device sdb still is listed as a raid member. However, in trying to rebuild the array (by adding sdc) gives the following error:
Keep in mind that im new to OMV and mdadm, just in case the above command is not how you are supposed to do it . Tried following tips found here, however to no avail. Any help is appreciated!