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MILAN MURALIDHARAN_1
Occasional Advisor

Power Failure

We had a Power Failure and recoveredwith multiple reboots. But we are still getting the following messages:
LUN 1 - DEGRADED : WAITING REPAIR
LUN 9 - DEGRADED : WAITING REPAIR
LUN 15 - DEGRADED : WAITING REPAIR
LUN 17 - DEGRADED : WAITING REPAIR
DISK 3:9 ENCLOSURE 2 SLOT 3 - NO RESPONSE
DISK 3:10 ENCLOSURE 2 SLOT 3 - NO RESPONSE

What i could do for correcting the
"DEGRADED : WAITING REPAIR " message ?

Does replacing the Disks in 3:9(mirrored) and 3:10(mirrored) would help? If i am replacing what needs to be backedup and restored to this disks? Or the reboot itself takes care of writing the data in the Mirrored disks?

Thanks for your Information.

Milan

 

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from Disk to Disk array. - Hp Forum moderator

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5 REPLIES
Bill McNAMARA_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Power Failure

what is the array?
Try reseating the disks that are not responding. I have seen some arrays not provide enough power on power up resulting in some disks failing to spin... and be marked as failed.

Later,
Bill
It works for me (tm)
MILAN MURALIDHARAN_1
Occasional Advisor

Re: Power Failure

Here is the DISK ARRAY details:
LUN 1 - RAID 1 ARRAY
LUN 9 - RAID 1 ARRAY
LUN15 - RAID 1 ARRAY
LUN17 - RAID 1 ARRAY
DISK 3:9 - RAID 5 ARRAY
DISK 3:10 - RAID 1 ARRAY

Thanks

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Bob Inglis
Trusted Contributor

Re: Power Failure

For the drives showing "No Response" try failing and then unfailing them with the commands where is the serial or allias of the Disk Array:

amutil -D 3:9
amutil -d 3:9
amutil -D 3:10
amutil -d 3:10
Plan for the future and tomorrow will take care of itself.
MILAN MURALIDHARAN_1
Occasional Advisor

Re: Power Failure

Bob,
How to find out the ArrayID for each Disks?

Thanks
Milan
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Bill McNAMARA_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Power Failure

arrayid is found with amdsp -i
It is the serial number of the array.
It's an FC60 I take it?

Get amdsp -a
replace is the serial number output of amdsp -i

Later,
Bill
It works for me (tm)