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    [ubuntu] Re: Cups operating time window

    Kick
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cups operating time window

    Do you have a sightly more specific hint? I might be missing out on the correct keyword that described this functionality. Thanks.
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    [ubuntu] Cups operating time window

    Hey there,

    I've used google, looked up CUPS website, but no result.
    Is there an option to not print between certain times?
    Let's say prints during the night are queued but not send to the print...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Raid5 Disk Failure Nightmare

    Look at SMART using smartctl.
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    Re: Unmet dependencies

    I fixed a very similar problem this way:
    - Download the latest version of the problem giving package(s) as deb. In your case linux-headers-generic and libgtkmm-2.4-1c2a.
    - Force this package(s) to...
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    Re: Software raid degraded message on boot

    Correct. This I forgot:

    Edit /lib/udev/rules.d/64-md-raid.rules

    Comment out the line saying "ACTION=="add", RUN+="/sbin/mdadm --incremental $tempnode""

    Now auto assembly is disabled.
  7. Re: Cannot replace a faulty disk using mdadm raid1

    When something goes corrupt...there is a reason most times...

    Start by looking up the S.M.A.R.T. statuses for the disks.
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    Re: Software raid degraded message on boot

    Maybe the boot process is faster in 13.10. And so the drives could be not ready.

    If you want, you can do a manual assembly later in the boot process by putting the assemble command in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Issues with RAID

    LiveCD definitely is the way to go!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Issues with RAID

    Okay. I don't know why normal mount isn't working. Maybe the filesystem is corrupt already.

    You may try this:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Issues with RAID

    Just with the normal mount command to a location inside the root (/).

    Edit:
    Ah page 2 and you've got the mount command. Good.

    Try with the t flag.
    Like

    mount -t ext4 /dev/sdb6 /temporary
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Problem after replacing hard disk in RAID 5 with mdadm

    Is S.M.A.R.T. okay for these disks? You replaced the bad ones?

    Do you have non raid partitions or space on the disks for individual testing?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Issues with RAID

    You don't need to remove them because they are currently not in an array. They are like ghost members or so.

    Yes mount them as they were non-raid drives, get missing stuff of them, then...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Issues with RAID

    /dev/sdc is okay. If UDMA_CRC_Error_Count is increasing, you need to replace the SATA data cable.
    What about the others?

    Concerning /dev/md0...
    /dev/sdc1 believes it is an array member, while I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Issues with RAID

    Something went wrong with the SMART logs, please post again. You may post inline using the code-tag.

    Concerning raid, definitely something strange going on.
    Looking at the examine's, RAID5 is...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Problem after replacing hard disk in RAID 5 with mdadm

    Aah my bad. Put the commands in a bash script and run it as root.
    Maybe the failure of drop cache explains your higher read. At this moment the difference between read and write is too much. Current...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Issues with RAID

    After rebuild the disks should be almost identical, so you won't find your lost files based on raid level.

    So you need to find out whats up here...
    Begin with reading S.M.A.R.T. for each disk.
    ...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Problem after replacing hard disk in RAID 5 with mdadm

    If your array is tuned well, ethernet indeed will be the bottleneck.

    I don't know the performance drop...there is some information about this on the web.

    Use this to quickly test your array...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Problem after replacing hard disk in RAID 5 with mdadm

    parted /dev/sdb align-check m 1

    m = minimal, it checks for 4k alignment
    o = optimal, it checks for 1M alignment

    1 = partition number on device.

    If there is no alignment, performance may...
  20. [SOLVED] Re: Can't grow RAID 6 array after increasing all the disk sizes

    Gpt?
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    Re: Debian - MDADM - boots to initramfs

    That's strange. Maybe try a older distro.
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Problem after replacing hard disk in RAID 5 with mdadm

    /dev/sdb seem to be broken indeed.

    Unless anyone else has a better idea I suggest to rescue this disk to a new one and try from there. Rescuing a disk is a special process that's not the same as a...
  23. Re: Software raid1 constantly writes to disks even when idle

    Yeah that was what I was thinking...

    Good find on the kernel. My knowledge doesn't go there but will browsing the file I saw that the I/O scheduler might be different. I can't help any further if...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Setting up RAID 1 with mdadm (not OS drive) - a novice's queries

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2110658&p=12484473#post12484473

    You can do what you probably did when you built the current array. Start the array degraded with one member. If you think...
  25. Re: Software raid1 constantly writes to disks even when idle

    Did you apply the dirty writeback centisecs tweak or is data intercepted before this?
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