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cannot apply changes in DISK-Software RAID

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cannot apply changes in DISK-Software RAID

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Post by oliaros » 25 May 2016 22:57

FreeNAS 0.7.2 (revision 5266) i386-full
VIA692 AWRDACPI Intel Pentium III 512MiB RAM

i82555 10/100 media interface VIA 83C572 USB controller VIA 82C596B UDMA66
controller port=0 interface=0
Subject:
cannot apply changes in DISK-Software RAID
Description:
Hello out there,
my FreeNAS works fine for several years now. By accident I found an error
message in the DISK-SoftwareRaid TAB:
-----------------cut here------------------
Warning: You are going to delete a RAID volume. All data will get lost and
can not be recovered.
The configuration has been changed.
You must apply the changes in order for them to take effect.

Volume Name Type Size Status
raid1 1 Initializing Initializing Edit RAID Delete RAID
-----------------cut here------------------

The RAID does not seem to have a problem, it works fine. I just would like
to reset this, but I cannot apply the changes.

Any hints? Thanx, oliaros

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Re: cannot apply changes in DISK-Software RAID

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Post by oliaros » 25 May 2016 23:05

Enclosed you find a screenshot of the described problem:

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It is not possible to get rid of the warning, apply changes does not work.

Regards, oliaros
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