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Internal SAS Enclosure Device Failure

Neil Spiers
Occasional Visitor

Internal SAS Enclosure Device Failure

We have 2 Proliant DL360 G6 servers and both seem to be running fine but regularly say 2 - 3 times a week we get the following from HP Sim.

Event Name: (SNMP) Logical Drive Status Change (3034)
URL: https://SERVERNAME:2381/
Event originator: SERVERNAME
Event Severity: Warning
Event received: 10-Apr-2010, 08:55:14

Event description: Logical Drive Status Change. This trap signifies that the agent has detected a change in the status of a drive array logical drive. The variable cpqDaLogDrvStatus indicates the current logical drive status.

Location: Slot 0
Board Status: rebuilding

Like I said this happens quite regularly and would like to know why this keeps occuring.

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from Disk to ProLiant Servers (ML,DL,SL). -HP Forum Moderator

3 REPLIES
Neil Spiers
Occasional Visitor

Re: Internal SAS Enclosure Device Failure

Also noticing alot of these in event viewer when the above occurs.

A SAS physical drive located in bay 4 was removed. The drive can be found in box 1 which is attached to port 1I of array controller P410i

and

A drive failure notification has been received for the SAS physical drive located in bay 4. This drive can be found in box 1 which is connected to port 1I of the array controller P410i [Embedded]. The failure reason received from the HP Smart Array firmware is: REMOVED_IN_HOT_PLUG.

The server itself is running fine and no problems.
Susantha
Occasional Visitor

Re: Internal SAS Enclosure Device Failure

Please Check error "A drive failure notification has been received for the SAS physical drive located in bay 1. This drive can be found in box 1 which is connected to port 1I of the array controller P410i [Embedded]. The failure reason received from the HP Smart Array firmware is: REMOVED_IN_HOT_PLUG."
Zygmunt Krawczyk
Honored Contributor

Re: Internal SAS Enclosure Device Failure

I recommend to upgrade:
1) P410i firmware to version 3.66
2) SAS backplane to version 1.18
3) HDDs firmware
Can you give models of your HDDs (for example EG0300FARVV)?