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HP HD Rebuild

 
Martin Sprinzl
Occasional Visitor

HP HD Rebuild

Attached is an Array Configuration Utility diagnostic file for a Proliant DL380G3.
RAID 5 has not rebuilt after the last drive replacement. Status indicates, "Logical Drive is queued for rebuild." Firmware for array and drives have been updated. Drive 4 has been replaced with a new drive. Server has been rebooted several times.

Please advise.
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gregersenj
Honored Contributor

Re: HP HD Rebuild

I can't open you attachment.

But. Check wich ID is missing.
You can see that in the ACU.

BR
/jag
gregersenj
Honored Contributor

Re: HP HD Rebuild

Check this thread:
http://forums13.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1370703

You might have the same problem.

BR
/jag
Martin Sprinzl
Occasional Visitor

Re: HP HD Rebuild

Here is a text version of the diagonstic file. I didn't find a missing ID but I'm not sure exactly what I am looking for.

I have read throught the report. It looks like I will be rebuilding.

gregersenj
Honored Contributor

Re: HP HD Rebuild

Yes, the ADU reports are not easy to read. And I'm also having a hard time reading yours.

But here's another suggestion.
Use the System Management Homepage.

Check all physical drives.
Martin Sprinzl
Occasional Visitor

Re: HP HD Rebuild

Using the System Management Homepage.

Drive 2 & 4: Smart status is OK although detailed info is not given.

Drive 4: Smart status is OK. Detailed info looks great.

Drive 5: Smart status is OK. Detailed info indicates 10883 Hard Read Errors.
juan quesada
Respected Contributor

Re: HP HD Rebuild

The logical drive is queued for rebuilding.

this happends when you have a parity array.

recommendation. set rebuild speed to hi and wait!, there no much you can do to it.
Martin Sprinzl
Occasional Visitor

Re: HP HD Rebuild

Rebuild priority has been set to high from the beginning.
gregersenj
Honored Contributor

Re: HP HD Rebuild

In general, there's no reason to set the rebuild priority to high.
The controller will use all available (Idle) time for the rebuild.

I believe, the reason for the rebuild not starting, is the read errors on drive 5.
Drive 5 also need to be replaced.

I'm affraid you will need to use your backup now.
I would like a second oppinion on this.
Martin Sprinzl
Occasional Visitor

Re: HP HD Rebuild

In the end I restored the logical drive from backup using 4 different drives.
gregersenj
Honored Contributor

Re: HP HD Rebuild

Yes, I believe that's the only solution.
Do check you current drives again.
That they are error free.

And consider to have some monitoring, in the future. If that's realistic.

BR
/jag