Surviving H/W RAID troubles
jfhall8 at swbell.net
Sun Jan 12 19:20:01 CST 2003
If the drive is failed you can just yank the HDD. Do a enclosure show
slot to get a status of the slot. If it is I/R Ready then you can remove
"So here I go, it's my shot
Feet fail me not
This may be the only opportunity I got"
From: linux-poweredge-admin at dell.com
[mailto:linux-poweredge-admin at dell.com] On Behalf Of Shaw, Marco
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2003 1:25 PM
To: 'linux-poweredge at dell.com'
Subject: RE: Surviving H/W RAID troubles
> Once you know you have good backups, my methodology with dell
> hardware raid is:
> o log a support call to dell and get the replacement drive
> o check the replacement drive is the correct one from dell
> o identify the failed disk using afacli or megamon
> o check again to make sure
> o turn off power to the slot if it is an onboard disk (ref: afacli)
> o remove the failed drive and replace it with the new drive
> o verify the new disk is visible and the volume is rebuilding.
Didn't know afacli could "turn the power off to a slot". Now, if I say
the disks are on a Dell 1650 with a PERC 3/Di RAID controller, does that
change anything? I'll obviously have to RTFM some more.
Thanks for your input.
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