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Multiple disks failed within one magazine in 3par V400

dennischen
Advisor

Multiple disks failed within one magazine in 3par V400

Hi everyone, 

I'm not sure how to do the servicemag when two disks have failed in one magazine. Thanks for the help.

 

Can I do the "servicemag start -log -pdid 60 62", then replace two physical disks, and do the "servicemag resume 1 7"?

 

V400 cli% showpd -failed
--Size(MB)-- ----Ports----
Id CagePos Type RPM State Total Free A B Capacity(GB)
60 1:7:0 FC 15 failed 559104 0 0:6:2* 1:6:2 600
62 1:7:2 FC 15 failed 559104 0 0:6:2* 1:6:2 600

2 REPLIES
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Multiple disks failed within one magazine in 3par V400

This will fail:

servicemag start -log -pdid 60 62

but a command

servicemag start-pdid 60

and once succeeded followed by

servicemag start-pdid 62

may work, but I'm not sure.

Multiple servicemags are supported (with a minimum OS version), but I don't really know about multiple disks of a single magazine.


Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Dennis Handly
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Re: Multiple disks failed within one magazine in 3PAR V400

I would simply use the common magazine in the servicemag:

servicemag start 1 7

Then replace both PDs.

Your suggested commands would also work:  (but -log may reduce redundancy level)

servicemag start -log -pdid 60 62

servicemag resume 1 7

 

@Torsten.This will fail: servicemag start -log -pdid 60 62

Why do you say that?  Syntax seems valid.