Sounds like a drive going bad?

Hubbard, David dhubbard at dino.hostasaurus.com
Wed Nov 27 08:38:00 CST 2002


To me, this looks like a drive that is slowly dying right?
I have a new one from Dell on the way but I just wanted to
make sure my diagnosis was correct.

Thanks,

Dave

kernel.log:Nov 24 23:51:00 raptor kernel: aacraid:ID(0:01:0); Error Event
[command:0x28]
kernel.log:Nov 24 23:51:00 raptor kernel: aacraid:ID(0:01:0); Medium Error
[k:0x3,c:0x11,q:0x2]
kernel.log:Nov 24 23:51:00 raptor kernel: aacraid:ID(0:01:0); Error Too Long
To Correct
kernel.log:Nov 25 17:17:56 raptor kernel: aacraid:ID(0:01:0); Error Event
[command:0x28]
kernel.log:Nov 25 17:17:56 raptor kernel: aacraid:ID(0:01:0); Medium Error
[k:0x3,c:0x11,q:0x2]
kernel.log:Nov 25 17:17:56 raptor kernel: aacraid:ID(0:01:0); Error Too Long
To Correct
kernel.log:Nov 25 17:18:02 raptor kernel: aacraid:ID(0:01:0) Medium Error,
LBN Range 33299109:33299199
kernel.log:Nov 25 17:18:02 raptor kernel: aacraid:ID(0:01:0) Starting BBR
sequence
kernel.log:Nov 25 17:18:06 raptor kernel: aacraid:RAID5 Container 0 Drive
0:1:0 Failure
kernel.log:Nov 25 17:18:06 raptor kernel: aacraid:Container 0 started
REBUILD task on drive 0:1:0
kernel.log:Nov 25 18:50:25 raptor kernel: aacraid:Container 0 completed
REBUILD task:  
kernel.log:Nov 25 19:20:14 raptor kernel: aacraid:ID(0:01:0); Error Event
[command:0x28]
kernel.log:Nov 25 19:20:14 raptor kernel: aacraid:ID(0:01:0); Medium Error
[k:0x3,c:0x11,q:0x2]
kernel.log:Nov 25 19:20:14 raptor kernel: aacraid:ID(0:01:0); Error Too Long
To Correct
kernel.log:Nov 25 19:20:21 raptor kernel: aacraid:Container 0 started
REBUILD task on drive 0:1:0
kernel.log:Nov 25 20:53:15 raptor kernel: aacraid:Container 0 completed
REBUILD task:  




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