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Should I run RAID Rebuild to repair a corrupted file system?

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The rebuild function for RAID-5 subsystems are used for re-establishing fault tolerance following the failure and subsequent replacement of the failed hard disk array element drive within the array.  Know that running a rebuild operation on a RAID that is reporting a corrupted file system (a logical fault) will never repair the file system; the greatest likelihood will be to further corrupt your data, possibly making it unrecoverable.



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