hddguy wrote:Let me know if you need any help with it, I can look at it remotely if you cant figure it out. You need to identify where the parity blocks are at each drive to work out the direction and length of it, also you can identify 2 disks with XOR at the same position then these are from opposing RAID sets. Sometimes you can use differentiate which set by looking at the pattern of data but additionally there may be some metadata at the ends of the disks that can differentiate the two RAID5 sets.
hddguy wrote:What I mean is that XOR will be physically present at 2 disks at any time, but not within the same RAID5 set, so identifying the pairs of disks with XOR patterns at the same offsets will confirm they are from opposing RAID5 sets within the top level RAID0.
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