lionelcarter Absent Member.
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Replacing Failed Drive

Just replaced a failed HD on Compaq ML 530 server running NW 6.5. Once I inserted the new one the I get the following message on the Console.

"CPQRAID: The HP Smart Array 5300 Slot8 ID0 Lun1 device is queued to rebuild data on new drvie replacing the previously failed drive."

Will this process continue automatically, or is there another process I need to complete?

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Replacing Failed Drive

Lionelcarter,
> "CPQRAID: The HP Smart Array 5300 Slot8 ID0 Lun1 device is queued to
> rebuild data on new drvie replacing the previously failed drive."
>
> Will this process continue automatically, or is there another process I
> need to complete?
>

Yes. It should run in the background. You can check the status, using
CPQONLIN, or just wait and a new message will be logged on the console.
The process will probably take several hours.

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lionelcarter Absent Member.
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Re: Replacing Failed Drive

Thank you! Just wanted to make sure.
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Re: Replacing Failed Drive

On Thu, 10 Jul 2008 14:26:01 GMT, lionelcarter
<lionelcarter@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>
>Thank you! Just wanted to make sure.


By the way, if the rebuild priority was set to low in CPQONLIN, it may
take quite long.

Regards,
Ken

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lionelcarter Absent Member.
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Re: Replacing Failed Drive

Thanks just checked that setting and it was set to low and the process is still in queued state. Will changing the priority to high make the rebulid process start, or do I have another problem?

Thanks

KeN Etter;1595403 wrote:
On Thu, 10 Jul 2008 14:26:01 GMT, lionelcarter
<lionelcarter@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>
>Thank you! Just wanted to make sure.


By the way, if the rebuild priority was set to low in CPQONLIN, it may
take quite long.

Regards,
Ken

Novell....it does a server good!
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Re: Replacing Failed Drive

On Tue, 15 Jul 2008 12:26:03 GMT, lionelcarter
<lionelcarter@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>
>Thanks just checked that setting and it was set to low and the process
>is still in queued state. Will changing the priority to high make the
>rebulid process start, or do I have another problem?


The rebuild should start automatically...changing priority to high
just makes the rebuild complete sooner.

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