Re: Linux RAID and bad sectors

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Hi Benjamin,
I use ATA100 IDE disks.

I have, 2 maxtor, 1 WD and 1 seagate.
All with no more than 5 bad sectors.

Will search about that zeroing utility, thanks

Benjamin Franz wrote:
What brand and type (IDE, SCSI)? You can usually map out bad sectors using the low level 'zeroing' utility provided by the drive manufacturer. I've done this several times before with both Maxtor and IBM IDE drives. Pretty much all manufacturers have free downloadable utilities for doing it now.

Oliver Schulze L.
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