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Bad disk on VA7410

Randy Durden
Frequent Advisor

Bad disk on VA7410

I have a disk that has gone bad on a VA7410. I was told I could not put a new disk in due to when I run the armdsp -a command the bad disk does not show up.
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Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Bad disk on VA7410

Can you post the output of

# armdsp -a

Hope this helps!
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Randy Durden
Frequent Advisor

Re: Bad disk on VA7410

I have gone ahead and put the new disk in. the systhem has recognized the new disk. I'm still getting warnings about a missing disc.
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Bad disk on VA7410

This looks bad now:

WARNING: A rebuild operation failed.

WARNING: A recover operation has failed or was interrupted by a power failure or reset.


Maybe you removed the disk before the rebuild was finished or it was not successful for any reason.

This disk is missing now:

The following disk is reported MISSING by the controller:
Vendor ID:____________________________HP 73.4G
Product ID:___________________________ST373453FC
Data Capacity:________________________66.757 GB (140000001 blocks)
Block Length:_________________________520 bytes
Serial Number:________________________3HW04YLC
Volume Set Serial Number:_____________0000644100000005
Node WWN:_____________________________20000014c3503789


You may consider to do this on your own risk:

Put the disk back, check the status, let the array rebuild, manually down the disk, let the array rebuild.

In case of doubt call hp.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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