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Unit "VOLUME FAILED": How to deal with this error on MSA1500cs?

stephen peng
Valued Contributor

Unit "VOLUME FAILED": How to deal with this error on MSA1500cs?

Guys,

I could only access the MSA1500cs by serial cable, and show unit told:

Unit 0:
In PDLA mode, Unit 0 is Lun 1; In VSA mode, Unit 0 is Lun 0.
Unit Identifier   :
Device Identifier : 600508B3-009058B0-A6645ABD-420A0001
Cache Status      : Enabled
Max Boot Partition: Disabled
Volume Status     : VOLUME FAILED
Parity Init Status: Complete
6 Data Disk(s) used by lun 0:
   Disk101: Box 1, Bay 01, (B:T:L 0:00:00)
   Disk102: Box 1, Bay 02, (B:T:L 0:01:00)
   Disk103: Box 1, Bay 03, (B:T:L 0:02:00)
   Disk104: Box 1, Bay 04, (B:T:L 0:03:00)
   Disk105: Box 1, Bay 05, (B:T:L 0:04:00)
   Disk106: Box 1, Bay 06, (B:T:L 0:05:00)
Spare Disk(s) used by lun 0:
   Disk107: Box 1, Bay 07, (B:T:L 0:08:00)
Logical Volume Raid Level: DISTRIBUTED PARITY FAULT TOLERANCE (Raid 5)
                           stripe_size=16kB
Logical Volume Capacity : 700,069MB

What is the problem? would that mean a data lost? can I fix it? if not, how to recreate a new lun  through my current access mode.

 

regards

Stephen