mdadm how to mount inactive array

myguy@devbox:~$ sudo mdadm -As


myguy@devbox:~$ cat /proc/mdstat |grep sdf
md125 : inactive sdf3[2](S)


sudo mdadm --manage /dev/md125 --run
mdadm: started /dev/md125



 


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