Dell PE 1650 and aacraid errors

Matt Domsch Matt_Domsch at dell.com
Mon May 10 07:48:01 CDT 2004


On Mon, May 10, 2004 at 01:45:37PM +0200, pzero wrote:
> On 3-05-2004 16:27, Cristian_Colfescu at Dell.com wrote:
> ***
> May  9 04:33:59 myserver kernel: aacraid:ID(0:02:0); Error Event 
> [command:0x28]
> May  9 04:33:59 myserver kernel: aacraid:ID(0:02:0); Hardware Error 
> [k:0x4,c:0x2,q:0x80]

These errors all indicate that your disk at ID#2 failed.

> May  9 04:34:50 myserver kernel: aacraid:ID(0:02:0) - IO failed, Cmd[0x28]
> May  9 04:34:50 myserver kernel: aacraid:Drive 0:2:0 returning error
> May  9 04:34:50 myserver kernel: aacraid:RAID5 Container 0 Drive 0:2:0 
> Failure
> May  9 04:34:50 myserver kernel: aacraid:RAID5 Failover Container 0 No 
> Failover Assigned

You didn't have a failover disk assigned,

> May  9 04:50:46 myserver kernel: aacraid:Drive 0:2:0 offline on 
> container 0:

And it took the disk offline.  Your RAID5 array is now operating in
"degraded" mode, which you'll want to correct ASAP by replacing the
failed disk.  If the system is still under a Dell support contract,
call Dell Tech Support for a replacement disk.  If it's not, you'll
want to replace the disk yourself ASAP.

Thanks,
Matt

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Matt Domsch
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