The cool thing here is that we only need 1 drive to make a RAID 10 or RAID 1 array, we just tell the Linux mdadm utility that the other drive is "missing" and we can then add our original drive to the array after booting into our new RAID array.
Step#1 Install tools we need
yum -y install mdadm rsync
Step #2 Create your partitions on the drive that will be our RAID array
Here I assume it is /dev........
Before getting into the output here is my typical experience with SMART, there is what I call a "bad disk" with pending and uncorrectable sectors that cannot be reallocated.
It has caused a kernel panic and system crash repeatedly as we can see from the logs.
But SMART says it has "PASSED" its self assessment. SMART is still useful to me but it is more about looking at Current_Pending_Sector.
Any time I have had anything but 0 for that attribute it........
heartbeat is stopped for some reason
Anyway hnode2 was active and the services are running fine but I see heartbeat has been stopped somehow.
Here is the last log I see of heartbeat:
Sep 9 17:15:32 hnode2 heartbeat: : info: MSG stats: 9/1762471 ms age 0 [pid16738/MST_CONTROL]
Sep 9 17:15:32 hnode2 heartbeat: : info: cl_malloc stats: 716/51784021 152624/74519 [pid16738/MST_CONTROL]
Sep 9 17:15:32........
Backup Shell Script[quote:aaa4b0b165]#!/bin/sh
mysqldump --all-databases | gzip > /var/backup/backup-$date.sql.gz
Something like that could be useful as a cronjob to locally or remotely backup your databases........