Accidentally formatted One of the Raid 0 HDD

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Corsari
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Re: Accidentally formatted One of the Raid 0 HDD

Post by Corsari » Thu Sep 22, 2016 4:38 am

Mr. Vincent says he has formatted 1 drive

so he has not formatted the RAID 0 :-D so the catalog file has not been wiped off.

so theoretically it has been created an empty HFS+ filesystem on that single drive with really few LBAs overwritten by the process.

I'm optimistic.
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Re: Accidentally formatted One of the Raid 0 HDD

Post by Data-Medics » Wed Sep 28, 2016 1:20 pm

Corsari wrote:Mr. Vincent says he has formatted 1 drive

so he has not formatted the RAID 0 :-D so the catalog file has not been wiped off.

so theoretically it has been created an empty HFS+ filesystem on that single drive with really few LBAs overwritten by the process.

I'm optimistic.
I would hope you are right, but I'm not so optimistic. I'd say I'm more of a "realist". :D

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