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Aamir14
Regular Advisor

The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

Hi,

 

On 31th of july 2013. Storage generated some errors messages 

 

Such as:-

 

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ERROR MESSAGES:-------------------
 

Disk Enclosure Bay Properties

Bottom of Form

 

   

Disk Bay

   

Disk Drive

                       

 

The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.



2:47:59:650
31-Jul-2013
Controller 1

 

09c95105

#9883

A Disk Group has transitioned to an INOPERATIVE state.

Corrective action code: 51

More details

 

12:47:59:649
31-Jul-2013
Controller 1

 

093e420e

#9882

A physical disk drive has disappeared.

Corrective action code: 42

More details

 

12:47:59:617
31-Jul-2013
Controller 1

 

0906bf05

#9881

A Volume has transitioned to the MISSING state.

Corrective action code: bf

More details

 

12:47:59:554
31-Jul-2013
Controller 1

 

09324005

#9880

A physical disk drive has transitioned to the FAILED state.

Corrective action code: 40

 

12:55:12
31-Jul-2013

 

Yes

33184

SCell:SAN-MPKVVC

SC Event Code: 0906bf05 - A Volume has transitioned to the MISSING state.

 

12:55:12
31-Jul-2013

 

Yes

33225

SCell:SAN-MPKVVC

SC Event Code: 09324005 - A physical disk drive has transitioned to the FAILED state.

 

12:55:12
31-Jul-2013

 

Yes

33001

SCell:SAN-MPKVVC

SC Event Code: 0301400b - A

 

physical disk drive has been rendered 

 

inoperable.

 

 

 

Top of Form

 

Disk Enclosure Bay Properties

 

   

 

Bottom of Form

 

   

Disk Bay

   

Disk Drive

                       

 

Bay Identification

Name:

Disk Bay 2 

Bay ID:

Enclosure ID:

 

I/O Interface:

Transport:

Fibre Channel (FC)

Loop pair:

1

Condition/State

Operational State:

Populated
    (data disk)

 

Location

 

 

Comments

 

Bottom of Form

 

 
 
 
 
 
One disk is populated state or failed.
 
Please do needfull
 
 
 
how can replace disk 
what is a process?
 
thanks
Aamir
 
 
 
 
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Aamir14
Regular Advisor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

Hello

I am waiting of your precious reply.

 

 

Thanks

Aamir

Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

The disk is dead. Press remove, remove it, insert a new drive and group it.


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Torsten.
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Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

>> A Disk Group has transitioned to an INOPERATIVE state.

Multiple disks have failed?

Your data might be lost.

Consider to ask hp support for help.

Hope this helps!
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Aamir14
Regular Advisor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

Hi,

 

but only one disk has failed stat in front of san .

Amber led is blinking.

 

 

Thanks

Aamir

Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

What is the status of the diskgroup and the vdisks? All online? Any RAID0 within this volume group?

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Aamir14
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Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

   

   
Hardware Folder Properties   
 
 
   
 
 General   Controller Status    Disk Status   iSCSI Device Status   
 
 
State Type Name Capacity Firmware Version Disk Group More 
*** No disk drives *** 
  Disk 001 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 002 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 003 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 004 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 005 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 006 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 007 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 008 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 009 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 010 136 GB HP03 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 011 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 012 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 013 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 014 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 015 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 016 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 018 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 019 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 020 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 021 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 023 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 024 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 025 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 026 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 027 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 028 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 029 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 030 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 031 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 032 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 033 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 034 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 035 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 036 136 GB HP05 Default Disk Group  
  Disk 038 136 GB HP03 Default Disk Group  
 

 

Aamir14
Regular Advisor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

Hi,


Vdisk status are:------------------------



Virtual Disks Folder Properties General Status Summary State Type Folder Name Capacity Redundancy More *** No virtual disks *** \Virtual Disks\PROD_APP\ PROADAPP1C04 35 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_APP\ PRODAPP01 100 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_APP\ PRODAPP02 100 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_APP\ PRODAPP03-and prodpyrl 100 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_APP\ PRODAPP1C01 120 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_APP\ PRODAPP2C01 120 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_APP\ PRODAPPC02D01 20 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_APP\ prodapp2-c02 51 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODARC01 150 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODATA01 100 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODATA02 100 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODATA03 100 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODATA04 125 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODATA1C02 16 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODATA2C02 16 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODATA2CD01 120 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODC03 70 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODC03-01 35 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODDATA1C01 120 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODOCR01 1 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODOCR02 1 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODVD01 1 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODVD02 1 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PRODVD03 1 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ PROD_VGLOCK 1 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ prodata1-c03-extend 251 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ prodata1-extend-c03 51 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ prodata1-new-c01 10 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\PROD_DATA\ prodata2 11 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_APP\ proadapp2-ex-c02 50 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ UATDATA2-T01-EXTEND 51 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ UATDATA_LOCKVG 1 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ f01-uatdata2 51 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ testing3 1 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ uatdata-u02 55 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ uatdata2-c02-1 35 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ uatdata2-f02 60 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ uatdata2-for-testing-f01 1 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ uatdata2-m01 151 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ uatdata2-m02 51 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ uatdata2-new-c03 151 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ uatdata2-y01 140 GB vraid5 \Virtual Disks\UAT_DATA\ uatdata2-z01 55 GB vraid5

 

Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

OK, but there is no current status.

Anything red in command view?

Consider a screenshot of cv in case of problems.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Aamir14
Regular Advisor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

 

Hi,

Full status of SAN are :-------------

 

 san status.png

Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

This looks good so far, I assume the disk group is currently leveling?
Because of the yellow mark.

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Torsten.

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Aamir14
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Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

Hi,

 

Yesterday night i was replaced the new harddisk .

 

it led shown green color but its not populated its hidden.

 

unpopulated.png

 

 

So,

 

How can add disk or populated.

 

Thanks

aamir

 

Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

This can take a couple of minutes.

Is it OK now?

 

You can select the EVA itself and click on "refresh".


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Aamir14
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Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

Hi,

 

When i press refresh botton.its still shown exclamation mark(populated disk).

Please see the attached file.

 

how can resolved the problem.

 

 

Thanks

aamir

Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

Now you are on the disk bay tab, but was is the disk drive tab showing?


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Aamir14
Regular Advisor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

Hi,

 

After refresh

This is my disk drive tab status.

 

5-8-13.png

 

What will i do. Please suggest me.

 

Thanks

aamir 

 

Aamir14
Regular Advisor

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

Hi,

 

In the front of server Harddisk led is green blinking it means its O.K.

 

but on EVA its still shown Yellow exclamation mark?

 

What is a problem and what will i do ?

 

 

 

Thanks

Aamir

gregersenj
HPE Pro

Re: The disk drive in this bay is unidentifiable.

My guess is that you made a mistake during HDD replacement.

It's likely that you have removed the failed disk, the insertet the replacement drive too soon.

 

There's to ways to replace a failed disk.

1. Use the remove button, when possible.

2. There's no remove button.

 

When the disk is unidentifiable, there's no remove button.

 

Replacing disks without remove button:

Open command view.

Removed the failed disk.

Observer command view.

Once the disk has disappeared from command view, and the bay is listet as empty,

insert the spare disk.

Once the spare disk appear under ungrouped disks, check / update disk fw,

then groupe the disk.

 

Replacing disks using the remove button:

Open command view

check that the disk is in the ungrouped disks folder.

select the disk.

click on the remove button.

Confirm that you want to replace the disk.

When the OK button appear - Do not! press the ok button.

Remove the disk.

Press the OK button.

Once the disk has disappeared from command view, and the bay is listet as empty,

insert the spare disk.

Once the spare disk appear under ungrouped disks, check / update disk fw,

then groupe the disk.

 

To resolve current your issue.

remove the disk again - Just pull it free from the connector, like 1 or 2 cm. (This way you will maintain proper cooling)

When the disk has disappeared from CV, and the bay is listet as empty.

Insert the disk.

It will take a few minutes.

FW check / upgrade, then groupe.

 

If this doesn't fix it.

Call HP support.

 

BR

/jag

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