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replacing a disk failure is done and the new disc also fails is a 3PAR V400

 
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replacing a disk failure is done and the new disc also fails is a 3PAR V400

Hello everyone,

I have the following problem, in a 3par V400, an alert disk which is in a magazine, the servicemag command was released to release the magazine and the replacement of the problem disk was performed.

I re-placed the magazine and the servicemag was run summarizes which detected problems on the new disk and could not move the total of the Chuncklet, now the magazine has 1 degraded disk (which is the new disk) and the disk with failure (the original disc that was alerted).


My question is what is the procedure I should take to release the new album and again replace with a new album.

adjunto mas informacion del estado del magazine y de los discos.

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Regards.

 

 

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Re: replacing a disk failure is done and the new disc also fails is a 3PAR V400

new disk is pd2? it has so many r/w errors - consider to replace again.


Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Re: replacing a disk failure is done and the new disc also fails is a 3PAR V400

Hi Torsten.

Yes, I realized that too, but my question is the state of the chunklets without moving from the disk with ID 43 failure to the new ID 2 disk, now I am moving the chuncklets manually. and if I can do this I will replace the disk with another.

I will perform these steps and tell you

Thank you

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Re: replacing a disk failure is done and the new disc also fails is a 3PAR V400

Hi Torsten,

If correct the PD 2 disk was also with errors. With the help of a friend I managed to solve the problem.

In summary, perform the following.

1. As I had 2 disc with failure in the magazine.

cli% showpd -failed -degraded
--Size(MB)-- ----Ports----
Id CagePos Type RPM State Total Free A B Cap(GB)
2 2:0:3 FC 15 degraded 559104 0 0:6:3 1:6:3* 600
43 2:0:3? FC 15 failed 559104 0 ----- ----- 600
---------------------------------------------------------------
2 total 1118208 0


2. Execute command to see how many chunklets PD 43 had.

cli% showpdch -from 43

Pdid Chnk LdName LdCh State Usage Media Sp Cl From To
51 531 ctierpprdci_2_ORADAT.usr.7 65 normal ld valid Y N 43:237 ---
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total chunklets: 1


3. Then execute command to move that chuncklet that the servicemag could not move.

cli% movech -f -perm -ovrd 51:531
Move -State-- -Detailed_State--
51:531-70:47 degraded remote_disks_used


4. Now I was able to remove that PD 43.

cli% Dismisspd 43


5. As the servicemag command ended with failure, clean the servicemag command. cage 2 magazine 0

cli% servicemag unmark 2 0

cli% servicemag clearstatus 2 0


6. Once the servicemag command was cleaned, I proceeded to execute the command again.

cli% servicemag start 2 0

7. Once you have finished correctly, change the PD 2 disk to another new disk, perform the Resume command.

cli% servicemag resume 2 0

8. leaving the magazine without problem.


Thanks for your help.

I hope it serves others in this situation.

regards

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Re: replacing a disk failure is done and the new disc also fails is a 3PAR V400

Well done.


Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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