ReclaiMe Data Recovery Training
Partition Recovery Course - md-raid Test
How the number of a disk in the array is called in md-raid?
Check what some NASes can do on the good disks in case of a NAS failure
change array block size
spoil md superblocks
erase some user data
destroy GPT partitions
Check what information you can get from a single superblock
the number of disks in an array
position of the disk in the array (role)
complete disk order
md-raid allows to create arrays without superblocks at all
If one of the array disk has a damaged superblock how you can fix it?
just copy a superblock from a healthy disk
copy a superblock along with all GPT table from a healthy disk and edit a role for the disk with damaged superblock
copy a superblock along with all GPT table from a healthy disk
When recovering md how you should sort superblocks?
by generation number
The superblock part describing a particular disk is
different on each array member disk
the same on all array member disks
the same only on adjacent disks
Superblock includes two significantly different parts; one describes a RAID and other – a specific disk
Check operating system md-raid is used with
Where are copies of superblock stored?
on each array disk always in the beginning
only on the first member disk in the end
only on the first member disk in the beginning
on each array disk either in the beginning of the disk or in the end
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