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For some reason one of our servers' RAID 0 array partitions disappeared, and when we rebooted the server everything came back fine. Yes, I know RAID 0 has no redundancy, that is not an issue with this server. Raw read/write performance is the only concern, and RAID 0 is the best.
The only thing I can think of is that the controller lost contact with a drive and broke the array, but was able to detect the drive at reboot and the array data was intact. We need to know why this happened but there were no application or system log entries to tell us what was going on. The array software caught nothing. Anyone out there wanna toss out some suggestions as to possible causes and or know problems with this configuration?
HP ML110 G4 w/onboard SATA RAID
4x Western Digital WD800JD SATA2 harddrives, configured as one big RAID-0.