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Hot-swappable drives might not work when upgrading your RAID array

I recently wanted to increase the size of the Raid 10 array on my production servers which run SellersToolbox.com. I bought some nice Crucial 240GB drives to replace the Intel

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When I decided to use a service for sending emails, I signed up for Amazon SES. It seemhttp://aws.amazon.com/ses/ed like a great way for my website SellersToolbox to get email sent.

Check to see if you might be affected by a DNS virus

Our local TV station ran a story recently about how hundreds could loose their Internet in July.   http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/news/science_tech/hundreds-of-thousands-may-lose-internet-in-july   This is not exactly true. The issue is that it

Slow queries in MySQL due to collation problems

Recently I have been dealing with some very slow queries in MySQL. I have a couple tables with millions of records and the queries have been doing full table scans.

Choosing a VPS for running Java

For some time I have been using Amazon's EC2 service for my website SellersToolbox.com. I also run a database there on their RDS service. Recently  I have been working on

Hot-swappable drives might not work when upgrading your RAID array

I recently wanted to increase the size of the Raid 10 array on my production servers which run SellersToolbox.com. I bought some nice Crucial 240GB drives to replace the Intel 128 GB drives that were they and set about replacing each drive, one by one. The instructions I found at kamlau.com worked great. The drives rebuilt fine and I got all the way to where I was going to issue the 'grow' command to mdadm. This command failed though and I could not figure out why. After lots of searching on the Internet, I concluded that the machine probably needed to be rebooted. I did that and the machine would not reboot. I called the data center and asked them to look. 3 of the 4 new drives had failed. The amber lights were flashing. What could be wrong?

Turns out that the BIOS were the problem. While the server supported hot-swappable drives, the BIOS didn't recognize these new drives and thus wouldn't let the machine boot. A simple run through the BIOS menus to get them to read the drives solved that problem. The machine would now boot. But the grow command would still not work. Nothing I have tried will let me grow the space on this RAID 10 array. So the only thing left is to rebuild the array. So much for the drives being hot-swappable.

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