Thank You for the reply. I looked at that KB article and the following it what it said:
The RAID device /dev/md0 shuts down properly during a reboot. However, the following mdadm query shows the state as being "dirty, no-errors":
mdadm --detail /dev/md0
This is the normal operation of a software RAID array. While an array is active, it is considered "dirty", as there could be incorrect parity blocks from new data written to the disk.
That is basically what "wpn146" said as well.
Last edited by gunnerjoe; 02-14-2007 at 01:41 PM.