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One Loop Connection Lost - reseat disk or ungroup first?

 
happygrl
Advisor

One Loop Connection Lost - reseat disk or ungroup first?

I have a disk that is showing One Loop Connection Lost. Is it better to ungroup this disk first for a clean removal, remove the disk when ungrouped and replace in 30 seconds OR Un-plug the Disk and re-insert back in 5-10 seconds of time (without ungrouping first)?

I've only ungrouped first on previous instances, I've never tried to just pull the One Loop Connection Lost disk and re-inserting after several seconds.

My disk group is in a good state otherwise (not leveling or reconstructing). Has anyone just pulled a loop connection lost disk and then re-inserted and been ok?

thanks!

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Prakash Singh_1
Esteemed Contributor

Re: One Loop Connection Lost - reseat disk or ungroup first?

Hi,

 

You didnt mention the Storage model...I suppose its an EVA based on the issue descrition.

 

If yes you can refer to  the link below for reseating limitations:

 

http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=mmr_kc-0124328

 

Regards,

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happygrl
Advisor

Re: One Loop Connection Lost - reseat disk or ungroup first?

HP EVA 4400, XCS 09534000.