|Subject:||Re: Recover a XFS on raid -1 (linear) when one disk is broken|
|From:||Jan Banan <b@xxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Sun, 18 Jul 2004 02:11:32 +0200|
|References:||<40F6DBC1.6050909@xxxxxxxxxxxx> <20040715205910.GA9948@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> <40F9321C.7060403@xxxxxxxxxxxx> <20040717233236.GA10234@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
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if there are only a few of these i would stomp over them (if and there aren't many relocated sectors)
How can I perform that "stomp over" thing?
maybe i should write something up on this?
Yes please, that would be really nice if you could do that, thanks! Best regards, Jan
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