H700: omconfig and Operation disabled

Patrick_Boyd at Dell.com Patrick_Boyd at Dell.com
Tue Apr 10 08:06:31 CDT 2012


I'm afraid I can't give you an answer either I'm afraid. According to this XML the offline action should be allowed.

-----Original Message-----
From: akrherz at gmail.com [mailto:akrherz at gmail.com] On Behalf Of Daryl Herzmann
Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2012 7:54 AM
To: Boyd, Patrick
Cc: linux-poweredge-Lists
Subject: Re: H700: omconfig and Operation disabled

On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 3:10 PM,  <Patrick_Boyd at dell.com> wrote:
> Can you include the output of "omreport storage pdisk controller=0 pdisk=0:0:8 -fmt xml"?

Here it is.  This is a drive I replaced yesterday after the previous drive was kicked from the array.  There are non Dell OEM disks, but even if I try operations on the flex-bay 2.5" disks, which are OEM, those commands fail as well in the same manner.  Dell Tech support was not able to help me with this issue either, so that is why I came here
:)

daryl

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><OMA cli="true"><OMAUserRights>7</OMAUserRights><ArrayDisks
ControllerName="PERC H700 Integrated" VirtualDiskName=""
ChannelName="" ArrayDiskName="Physical Disk 0:0:8"
PCISlotNo="4"><DCStorageObject>
<ObjID type="u32">16777232</ObjID>
<ObjType type="u32">772</ObjType>
<AttributesMask type="u32">00000000000000000010010000010000</AttributesMask>
<MasterMethodMask type="u32">00000000000110110000110011110011</MasterMethodMask>
<CurrentMethodMask
type="u32">00000000000100000000000010000011</CurrentMethodMask>
<ObjState type="u64">4</ObjState>
<ObjStatus type="u32">2</ObjStatus>
<ControllerNum type="u32">0</ControllerNum> <VendorID type="u32">4</VendorID> <Channel type="u32">0</Channel> <EnclosureID type="u32">0</EnclosureID> <Length type="u64">1999844147200</Length> <GlobalNo type="u32">0</GlobalNo>
<ProductID type="astring">SAMSUNG HD203WI                         </ProductID>
<UsedSpace type="u64">1999844147200</UsedSpace>
<ArrayNum type="u32">1</ArrayNum>
<ContiguousFree type="u64">0</ContiguousFree> <FreeSpace type="u64">0</FreeSpace>
<Vendor type="astring">ATA     </Vendor>
<Revision type="astring">1AN10003</Revision>
<DeviceSerialNumber type="astring">S1UYJ1RZ526885      </DeviceSerialNumber>
<NumOfPartition type="u32">1</NumOfPartition> <Nexus type="astring">\0\0\0\8</Nexus> <NegotiatedSpeed type="u32">3072</NegotiatedSpeed> <CapableSpeed type="u32">3072</CapableSpeed> <BusProtocol type="u32">7</BusProtocol> <ControllerModelNumber type="u32">7959</ControllerModelNumber>
<SASAddress type="astring">500065B36789ABEB</SASAddress>
<DeviceID type="u32">8</DeviceID>
<TargetID type="u32">8</TargetID>
<GetcapsGroup type="u32">1</GetcapsGroup>
<DiskProductVendor type="astring">ATA     </DiskProductVendor>
<EnclosureIndex type="u32">8</EnclosureIndex> <ArraySize type="u64">1999844147200</ArraySize>
<NumOfAssociatedVD type="u32">0</NumOfAssociatedVD> <MediaType type="u32">1</MediaType> <PDPowerState type="u32">0</PDPowerState> <TreeStatus type="u32">2</TreeStatus> </DCStorageObject> </ArrayDisks><SMStatus>0</SMStatus></OMA>



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