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Re: 12H requires manual intervention on failure

 
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S.K. Chan
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Re: 12H requires manual intervention on failure

Yeah, you were right, the most STM can do is run it against each LUN, not individual disk. I overlook that fact, my apology. The most you can find out from STM is which LUN fail the exercise test. Drivetest would be a good one to use and even if it does not produce any error, I would still stick to my 2nd reply, ie call HP, "no redundancy kicks in" is a good enough reason for you to do that.
Marco Paganini
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Re: 12H requires manual intervention on failure

Hello,

Oh yes, that's the first thing I did. I called HP, spoke to three technicians about it. They were all very kind as usual, but I couldn't get a simple response like yours (check the amount of bad blocks on the dist).

I got responses from "It's like magic inside the array, we can't tell what's going on" to recommendations like "You must have more than 50% of your space unallocated..."

Sad...

Keeping alive, until I die.