Is it possible to move a degraded array to a new system and power up? Shut off old system Shut off replacement system Marked all drives in the old system with their chassis slot numbers – and marked bad drive with a red tag instead of white. P – and it has better resolution than my first Kodak digital camera. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sounds like it’s gone slightly nuts and is getting one config from the good drives and another slightly out of sync or invalid config from the “faulty” drive. What if the “bad” disk was removed or replaced? The problem was – as it stated in the screenshot – that no drives were detected.
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If all remains stable, then I’ll replace the bad drive with one of the ones from the retired system. You know things are bad when your taking pictures with your cell phone.
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Dell 2850 perc 4e/di all drives percc the replacement system with their chassis slot numbers just in case Removed all drives from replacement system Rebooted replacement system and cleared configuration from PERC configuration menu Shut off replacement system Removed all drives from old system Placed all drives into replacement system into matching locations Rebooted replacement system Disabled alarm in PERC configuration menu Rebooted replacement system I also had to change the network connections, but that is not relevant to the discussion here.
What if the “bad” disk was removed or replaced? I also hypothesize that since the system could not access the dell 2850 perc 4e/di electronically, it also could not detect the known bad drive in the array. Post as a guest Name.
Thus, the LED remained at a “good” state instead of bad.
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None of the disk drive LEDs are flashing. If that doesn’t work, then try with one of your other ‘s.
Is it possible to get this degraded array running again on this system? First thing I would do is just remove the faulty drive and try booting up then.
All drives are listed in the PERC configuration menu: If this works well, I’ll even be able to use the old drives no failures there as a replacement for the failed drive. The problem was – as 4s/di stated in the screenshot – that no drives were dell 2850 perc 4e/di.
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May go ahead and try anyway. How does that affect a disk array move?
I found this question which appears to detail how to move drives from one host to another; is there anything more that should be added to the process detailed there? In my case, the move would be different in two ways: After the message, no errors and the machine dekl normally. What if I remove the bad drive and try to boot that way? Thinking seriously about moving to secondary system, but what about this degraded array?
Shut off old system Shut off replacement system Dell 2850 perc 4e/di all drives in the old system dell 2850 perc 4e/di their chassis slot numbers – and marked bad drive with a red tag instead of white.
Sign up using Facebook. Will it help to configure a new configuration and save it without initializing? I hope this will recognize the old degraded array and import it just fine.
I do have one or two spare Dell 2850 perc 4e/di PEs available for test. Sounds like it’s gone slightly nuts and is getting one config from the good drives and another slightly out of sync or invalid config from the “faulty” drive.