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Question about risk of losing journaling cached data when it isneeded to rebuild a RAID 5 array



 
 
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Old November 1st 10, 05:29 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
John Yee
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Default Question about risk of losing journaling cached data when it isneeded to rebuild a RAID 5 array

Hi,

I have a question, that is hard to find the answer on the internet. In
a RAID 5 configuration, journaling will be used to assist in
rebuilding a new RAID 5 array disk when there is a failure.

What will happen if there is loss of the journal cache information?
What is the impact?
Does this increase risk?

What can be done to help prevent this or the risk mitigation?

Thanks,
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