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EVA6000

Andrew_168
Regular Advisor

EVA6000

Hi, I have an array 6.220 CV 9.1 and I have what appear to be orphaned drives in Command View.

Would anyone have any idea how this happened? If I un-present the drive it does have an effect on the server its allegedly presented to.

allocatedcapacity = unknown
allocatedcapacityblocks = unknown
comments =
creationdatetime = 01-Apr-2009 17:01:13
diskgroupid = 00010710B408056005EC06000090000000000400
diskgroupname = \Disk Groups\Default Disk Group
familyname = Test-CA2
mirrorcache = mirrored
objecthexuid = 6005-08b4-0006-ec05-0000-9000-01a4-0000
objectid = 20200710B408056005EC0600009000000000A401
objectname = \Virtual Disks\VMware Disks\Test-CA2\ACTIVE
objectparenthexuid = 6005-08b4-0006-ec05-0000-9000-01a3-0000
objectparentid = 00000710B408056005EC0600009000000000A301
objectparentuid = 00000710B408056005EC0600009000000000A301
objecttype = virtualdisk
objectwwn =
osunitid = 0
partitionname = ACTIVE
preferredpath = a_failover_failback
presentations
presentation
hostid = 11800710B408056005EC06000090000000005C01
lunnumber = 1
hostname = \Hosts\SQLFarm\UIWDBTST04
readcache = enable
redundancy = vraid1
requestedcapacity = unknown
requestedcapacityblocks = unknown
restoreprogress = n/a
scvdenable = enable
uid = 20200710B408056005EC0600009000000000A401
virtualdiskpresented = yes
virtualdisktype = original
writeprotect = disable
wwlunid = 6005-08b4-0006-ec05-0000-9000-01a4-0000
1 REPLY
susanta_dutta
Trusted Contributor

Re: EVA6000

Hi DwainDibbly,

Looks like some issue with this Vdisk. Complete log from EVA would give better idea on what happed, however, if you do not have data on it, you may delete and create another Vdisk.

Regards
Susanta