There is RAID0 of 2 drives connected through Silicon Image 3132 SATA SoftRAID controller. Under Windows it was partitioned as one dynamic GPT-disk having 4 TB NTFS volume. There is a lot of music and movies on the drive. I'm trying to get him to be seen under Ubuntu as a single disk, not as 2 by 2 terabytes.
I tried to read it through dmraid, had no success, it is not displayed in
/dev/mapper. Also tried to configure the kernel, but did not find anything suspicious, the driver for my controller was turned on. There is also a driver from the manufacturer, but it is only available for RHEL and SLES. Here it's reported that SoftRAID is supported by the kernel, but apparently not completely. If I thrust drives in the AMD controller, built into the motherboard, the drive is seen as a single, but the data is lost. I know about mdadm that it is able to ditch all the information on the disks. So, is it possible to somehow create an array without actually recording information on used drives and to make the system correctly identify sections on it later?
Information about the array:
/dev/sdf - Disk 0 /dev/sdg - Disk 1 Array type: Stripe Chunk Size: 64KB
Also, a device
/dev/md1 is created using command
mknod /dev/md1 b 9 1