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ProLiant ML380 G3

marcinl
Occasional Visitor

ProLiant ML380 G3

I bought 4 old used SCSI drives with DELL's server for spare parts to my ML380 G3. Inserted SCSI drives (Dell's) and builded an array on Proliant with no problem. Next, what I did was pulling out one of new array drives to check if everything allright. Then, after some time, I plugged back this drve. Now, since last week, an array has status "waiting for rebuild" and nothing happends. What is about it, if matrix was builded fine?

Martin
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James ~ Happy Dude
Honored Contributor

Re: ProLiant ML380 G3

Hello Marcini,
ML380 G3 ?? is it DL380 G3 or a ML370 G3 ??
Anyways, change the rebuild priority in the controller's settings to "HIGH".

Regards,
samrat chakraborty
Occasional Visitor

Re: ProLiant ML380 G3

the think you need to check is was the drive placed in the correct order of the array .that means it should have been placed on the same bay as it was before.if this works out fine you can also try a firmwire update for the controller and the drives.it should rebuild and work fine after that.
Gary Antonio Benavides
Trusted Contributor

Re: ProLiant ML380 G3

Sometimes when you have a second hard drive in the same array that is in predictive failure or failed, it doesn't allowed to the replaced hard drive to rebuild the information. Make sure all the other hard drives are healthy
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