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Old 05-12-2006, 03:06 AM   #1
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Path for RAID Log


Hi All, I am new to Linux. I'm using RedHatLinux AS2.1 . Last day my sever harddisk fail , fortunately the RAID5 was configured. Now I'm trying find all the RAID related log but noluck. Can you guys help me where do I find all the RAID logs. Also how do I configure the RAID in linux.

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