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Best wishes and thanks again Budgie1. See this link for information to Contact DataPower Support.
Rebuilding a RAID 1 array
When initialized the raid directory will be accessible from the “local” and “logstore” directories. Hi Boogie, have exactly the same problem you have.
Rebuilding a RAID 1 array
This will present a list of the storage devices on your system, select the M and the configuration options will become available. Feed for this topic. Grateful for any further thoughts and thanks again for the reply.
Follow these steps if using the CLI and logged in as admin: If one is “offline”, Contact DataPower Support. You can use the “raid volumes” status provider to monitor the “Resync Ibbm If “Enabled” is false or there is no resync in progress and the LED’s are on check the “Physical disk” status. I am attaching the results of the DSA. Sorry for the delayed reply.
It may be easy to use for you. This technote lists the recommended steps for setting up the RAID disk array to avoid unpredictable results that may include the device becoming unresponsive as well as troubleshooting steps if there are problems with the raid array.
I found that I could rebuild the array by forcing back on line. I also read somewhere that I should upgrade the back plane firmware after upgrading the serveraid firmware but cannot find how to do this or the relevant download.
There are indications that I should also update the backplane firmware but I cannot find the right file. Try unplug power cables and replug them after minute, update controller firmware upto fresh version.
From the WebGUI select: News Abstract This technote lists the recommended steps for setting up the RAID disk array to avoid unpredictable results that may include the device becoming unresponsive ibk well as troubleshooting steps if there are problems with the raid array. To activate the array you may use either of the following procedures: How can we do it?
To remove the raid array from the configuration: If you can help here that would be appreciated. JBOD storage in an x M5 Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions.
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Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. I did not chose quick start for building the array and it has been building for more than 36 hours so I am wondering if there is another problem with the serveraid.
To identify the location for a file type logging target to use the raid directory use the format: Log in to reply. Follow the steps and notes above. I have just had an x fail to boot and find that the raid array has been “lost.