Md0 raid don't see my folders


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# 8  
Old 4 Weeks Ago
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Originally Posted by hicksd8
The question is, why was this raid1 array rebuilding?

It could be that the resilvering has, for some reason, occurred in the wrong direction, meaning that your replacement disk has been mirrored over the running disk causing the data to be lost.

Did you initiate the rebuild of the raid1? Or did it start automatically?
Do I have some chance to restore md0 or I must get data back and make raid again
# 9  
Old 4 Weeks Ago
Since you likely destroyed your data by reformatting I would suppose data recovery very difficult.

Better have your backup restored.
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