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Old 05-20-2008, 01:22 PM
Philip playfer Philip playfer is offline
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Unhappy Unable to boot-up from a concatenated RAID set

I have a Mac pro (running Leopard 10.5.2) which in addition to my 750 GB hard drive contains two additional 300 GB hard drives. I have combined these two hard drives into a concatenated RAID set using Apple disk utility and backup my main hard drive to this disk using SuperDuper.

I have not tried to boot up from this RAID set for a while now, however, when I tried yesterday I was repeatedly unable to do so. The machine just crashed at start-up and I had to do an emergency restart. I have been able to boot from this set in the past. I would be grateful if anybody can help with this problem. I have been using SuperDuper for quite some time now as part of my backup routine, and it has been a real life saver in the past.
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