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Old November 14, 2012, 04:28 AM
oliver_ssa oliver_ssa is offline
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Originally Posted by JD View Post
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.
Ok, i'll! My RAID controller don't make raid6, witch is too bad!

I set the priority to 100% on the initialization and now it will take 4 days.

With a RAID10 i'd still get 12Tb. I'll think about it.

Thx a lot guys for all the tips!

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