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RAID6 problemme I have 10 Hard disk drive with Raid6. I sow one of the harddisk is not working properly. I sow in raid configure menu "failed" and then i switched off the system and removed out that drive. Now my question is that is ther any thing worng or is it possible for data loste ?

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Raid 6 will tolerate two simulatneous hard disk failures. So the posibility for data loss is very less. But the rebuilting steps defers for different server products like IBM and DELL. But normaly when u change a new hard disk the server will automatically starts the rebuilding process.

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