i ran into a very strange problem.
I booted my system this morning only to discover that I could no longer
mount my /dev/md0. I shut down my system last night without any problems.
The only way I can mount it again is with mdadm --assembly /dev/md0
/dev/sda9 /dev/sdb1 /dev/sdc1
I have to do this every time the system is rebooted.
The distribution is debian unstable
mdadm - v1.0.1 - 20 May 2002
raidstart v0.3d compiled for md raidtools-0.90
Is there any way to permanently fix this error?
How did this happen, as i didn't do anything i can see related to this?
If you need any extra information please let me know.
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