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msa20 rebuild time information after disk failure

foler
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msa20 rebuild time information after disk failure

Where can I find information on the elapsed time required for rebuilding my msa20 array after one disk failure? no any logs in windows event viewer, in hp diagnostics...
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Torsten.
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Re: msa20 rebuild time information after disk failure

I would check the logical drive status from ACU.

Hope this helps!
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foler
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Re: msa20 rebuild time information after disk failure

status is OK. rebuild is finished but I want to know what time is needed for this process.
Torsten.
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Re: msa20 rebuild time information after disk failure

I assume there are related messages in the event log of windows from storage agents, saying something like "status changed from failed to rebuilding" and "status changed from rebuilding to OK" - so you know when it starts and ends.

Hope this helps!
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Trygve Henriksen
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Re: msa20 rebuild time information after disk failure

You can always 'guesstimate' time...

Had a 600GB drive in a RAID5 array fail in my MSA2324fc fail recently. That took nearly 8Hours to rebuild.(10K RPM Dual-port SAS SFF drives)
That's around 70GB/Hour.
Depending on your HW and configuration, this can be slightly faster or a whole lot slower on your system.
(I'm not setting up more RAID5 arrays with 600GB disks... Too friggin vulnerable)