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Vdisk scrubbing on MSA P2000 G3 - the same progress = 73% since 20 hours

 
arturdebski
Occasional Advisor

Vdisk scrubbing on MSA P2000 G3 - the same progress = 73% since 20 hours

Hi all
We have strange behavior of MSA P2000 FC - 24disks SAS 900GB
Rcently i upgraded firmware to TS252P001  and all disks to HPD8 (most of them:EG0900FBLSK)

After some troubles with firmware update of disks i decided to stop both storage controllers
after command:
shutdown both
storage controller B was disabled
and i got such info: that controller A is in inapropriate state do be disabled

after show vdisks i got this info: (see attachement)
# show vdisks
Name  Size   Free    Own Pref   RAID   Disks Spr Chk  Status Jobs      Job%      Serial Number  Drive Spin Down        Spin Down Delay       Health     Health Reason  Health Recommendation
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
vd01  17.9TB 985.3GB A   A RAID50 22 1   640k FTOL   VRSC      73%  00c0ff158216000082a2d15500000000 Disabled               0                     OK

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Success: Command completed successfully. (2016-06-17 09:45:46)


...and this VRSC job is in the same 73% progress since 20 hours

after command:
abort scrub vdisk vd01  i got nothing

what can I do i such situation?
Should I simply unplug power cables?

Thanks in advance
best regards
--
Artur Dębski
http://blogit.one.pl

1 REPLY 1
Rajiv
HPE Pro

Re: Vdisk scrubbing on MSA P2000 G3 - the same progress = 73% since 20 hours

Hello,

I do not recommend to unplug the power cables and perform an unclean shutdown.

The VRSC (Vdisk scrub) job runs at medium priority by default unless priorities have been changed. If the array is very busy it may take longer than normal.

You will find more information about Vdisk scrub jobs(VRSC) in this advisory below:

http://h20564.www2.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=mmr_kc-0132721

Alternatively you may try to run the abort scrub command again and see if the Vdisk Scrub job gets aborted.

Best Regards,

Raj

 

I work for HPE