Find which pdisks make up a vdisk with omreport

Trond Hasle Amundsen t.h.amundsen at usit.uio.no
Thu Jul 29 05:45:56 CDT 2010


"dellpoweredge at semantico.com" <dellpoweredge at semantico.com> writes:

> Hi List,
>
> We have this omsa error after rebooting after a disk became unmountable:-
>
> Physical Disk 1:0:1 [Dell ST3750640NS, 750GB] on ctrl 1 needs attention:
> Foreign
>
> omreport storage pdisk controller=1 pdisk=1:0:1
> Hard Disk 1:1 on Controller PERC 5/E Adapter (Slot 2)
>
> Controller PERC 5/E Adapter (Slot 2)
> ID                        : 1:0:1
> Status                    : Non-Critical
> Name                      : Physical Disk 1:0:1
> State                     : Foreign
> Failure Predicted         : No
> Progress                  : Not Applicable
> Bus Protocol              : SATA
> Media                     : HDD
> Capacity                  : 698.13 GB (749606010880 bytes)
> Used RAID Disk Space      : 0.00 GB (0 bytes)
> Available RAID Disk Space : 698.13 GB (749606010880 bytes)
> Hot Spare                 : No
> Vendor ID                 : DELL
> Product ID                : ST3750640NS
> Revision                  : 3BKH3BKH
> Serial No.                : 5QD14NLV    5QD14NLV
> Negotiated Speed          : Not Available
> Capable Speed             : Not Available
> Manufacture Day           : Not Available
> Manufacture Week          : Not Available
> Manufacture Year          : Not Available
> SAS Address               : 500188B23C8C2587
>
>
> I've read that I could use this command to clear the foreign config to
> add the drive back into the array:-
>
> omconfig storage controller action=clearforeignconfig controller=1
>
> http://www.ryanbowlby.com/infotech/dell-openmanage-server-administrator-omsa/
>
> However I'd like to know what array this drive is supposed to be in.
>
> I've listed the vdisks:-
>
> sudo omreport storage vdisk controller=1
>
> and there seem to be 7 of them, but no obvious way of finding out which
> pdisks make up the vdisks..

You'll have to do it the other way around:

  omreport storage pdisk controller=1 vdisk=<vdiskID>

Cheers,
-- 
Trond H. Amundsen <t.h.amundsen at usit.uio.no>
Center for Information Technology Services, University of Oslo



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