|Subject:||Repairing large partition|
|Date:||Thu, 4 Jun 2009 15:13:01 -0400|
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I had a 50T xfs partition, spread across 3 storage devices which were lvm'd. After a power failure, 2 disks on one device failed. It was raid5, so that data is unrecoverable.
I replaced the failed disks and rebuilt that array. I can mount the partition and see data on the first 2 devices. 'I ran xfs_repair -n' to see what might be done a couple of days ago and it still hasn't finished. Does anyone know how I could recreate the partition to include the third device without losing data from the first two devices? Any help will be greatly appreciated, including a pointer to the appropriate docs. Thanks.
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