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Scott-D
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HPE Smart Array S100i SR Gen10 Replace Failed Drive

We have a Microserver and are using the HPE Smart Array S100i SR Gen10 RAID with a mirrored set. One of the drives is showing failed and I'm trying to figure out how to replace the failed drive and nothing is looking obvious? On other servers, we'd mark the drive as offline, remove it and replace it and it would rebuild. I just removed it from this server since I didn't see a way to take if offline. Once I pop in the new disk, it just shows it as available?

Can anyone shed some light? This is frustrating since it's not obvious!! Thanks a ton!!

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SanjeevGoyal
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Re: HPE Smart Array S100i SR Gen10 Replace Failed Drive

Hello,

I hope the below documents will help you replace the failed hard disk.

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docId=c02551715

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docId=a00036944en_us&docLocale=en_US#N10487

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Scott-D
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Re: HPE Smart Array S100i SR Gen10 Replace Failed Drive

Sorry -- that didn't show me what I needed. Luckily I opened a case with HP. Apparently I needed to put the drive in the exact same spot that the failed one was previously in and then the auto-rebuild started and properly brought the RAID back to a functional level.

Thanks!

Torsten.
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Re: HPE Smart Array S100i SR Gen10 Replace Failed Drive

This is exactly what is written in the link above.


Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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