Linux mdadm RAIDs
mdadm is a Linux utility used to manage and monitor software RAID devices.
R-Studio supports such devices and when drives from a mdadm RAID are connected to a Linux computer, it automatically detects them and assembles mdadm RAIDs accordingly.
R-Studio detects components from mdadm RAIDs and creates those RAIDs automatically. At the same time, R-Studio gives access to the components of those RAIDs (hard drives and images).
R-Studio shows broken mdadm RAIDs in pink.
If recognized components of a mdadm RAID are added to R-Studio (including disk images), R-Studio automatically adds them to their respective mdadm RAIDs.
When mdadm RAID components are such damaged that R-Studio cannot recognize them as components of broken mdadm RAIDs, you may add them manually. Right-click the required mdadm RAID, select Add missing disks on the context menu and select the required object(s) on the Add missing disks dialog box.
You should place the objects on their correct places.
R-Studio shows such mdadm RAIDs in blue: