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Rebuilding Mirrored System Volumes on MBR Disks
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To rebuild the mirror, you must complete the following steps:
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1 Shut down the system and replace the failed drive, and then restart the system using the secondary drive. 2 In Disk Management, right-click the remaining volume in the mirrored set, and choose Break Mirrored Volume. Click Yes at the prompts to confirm the action. 3 Next, right-click the volume again, and choose Add Mirror. Use the Add Mirror dialog box to select the second disk to use for the mirror, and then click Add Mirror. 4 Check Boot.ini to ensure that the designated boot volumes are correct.
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If you want the primary mirror to be on the drive you added or replaced, perform these additional steps:
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1 Use Disk Management to break the mirrored set again. 2 Make sure that the primary drive in the original mirror set has the drive letter that was previously assigned to the complete mirror. If it doesn t, assign the appropriate drive letter. 3 Right-click the original system volume, select Add Mirror, and then re-create the mirror. 4 Check Boot.ini to ensure that the original system volume is used during startup.
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For GTP disks, rebuilding mirrored system volumes is a bit different. To rebuild the mirror, shut down the system and replace the failed drive, and then restart the system using the secondary drive. In Disk Management, right-click the remaining volume in the mirrored set,
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Part 5: Managing Windows Server 2003 Storage and File Systems
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out and choose Break Mirrored Volume. Click Yes at the prompts to confirm the action. After this, you can use the secondary boot disk as your primary boot disk and follow the procedures outlined in the section entitled Mirroring Boot and System Volumes on MBR Disks earlier in this chapter to reenable mirroring properly using the secondary disk as the primary.
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Resolving Problems with RAID-5 Sets
Most problems with RAID-5 sets have to do with the intermittent or permanent failure of a drive. If one of the drives in the set goes offline or experiences temporary I/O problems, parity data cannot be properly written to the set and, as a result, the set s status will show as Failed Redundancy and the failed volume s status changes to Missing, Offline, or Online (Errors). You must get all drives in the RAID-5 set online. If the status of the problem volume is Missing or Offline, make sure that the drive has power and is connected properly. You then must start Disk Management and rescan the missing drive. Right-click the missing drive, and choose Rescan Disks. When Disk Management finishes, right-click the drive, and choose Reactivate. The drive status should change to Regenerating and then to Healthy. If the volume doesn t return to the Healthy status, right-click the volume, and then click Regenerate Parity. A status of Failed, Online (Errors), or Unreadable indicates I/O problems with the drive. As before, try rescanning the drive, and then try to reactivate the drive. The drive status should change to Regenerating and then to Healthy. If the volume doesn t return to the Healthy status, right-click the volume, and then click Regenerate Parity. If one of the drives still won t come back online, you must repair the failed region of the RAID-5 set. Right-click the failed volume, and then select Remove Volume. You now must right-click an unallocated space on a separate dynamic disk and choose Repair Volume. This space must be at least as large as the region to repair, and it can t be on a drive that s already being used by the RAID-5 set. If you don t have enough space, the Repair Volume option is unavailable and you must free space by deleting other volumes or replacing the failed drive.
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