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NAS disk cloning


Many thanks for the informative videos detailing the tests and recommendations.

Would your team have any experience with cloning disks in a RAID5 array (QNAP) that have IO errors onto new disks to replace the faulty disk? Is it possible to clone to a new disk and replace the faulty disk without destroying the RAID array?

The reason why the cloning is required is due to multiple new disks reporting IO errors (even though bad block scans clear the error, those errors appear again).

Any advice or help would be appreciated as searches on the internet around the subject is inconclusive.

Kind regards.
Cloning will not work with RAID.
You could try these guys

I hope this helps.

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