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Old November 13, 2012, 05:06 PM
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Nope, nothing you can do but wait it out. It'll go "faster" if you stop trying to access it.

As Bluebyte and myself are saying though, you should really re-consider RAID5 at such a size in a non-enterprise environment. You're using consumer hard drives that are prone to failure and 1 drive loss means you're going to have to suffer through this whole initialize process all over again.
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