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    Hi John,

    Thanks for quick replay, no there is not red, all three drivers are green light flashing the front of drivers

    dualeh

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    Re-reading your original post implys it oculd be the drive in slot 2 that is not working as a guess.

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    Thanks John,

    I am going to have look and let you know if that is failure disk.

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    HP DL380 G4 proliant (disk failure)

    Hi all,
    last few month MY DL360 HP Proliant server reported, there is disk issue but i could not identify the disk which has failure, the following log file show the disk summary and also the controller. The server has three disks two mirrored as 1 disk and other 1 is normail configuration i suppose array 5. all the lights are flashing green. could anyone help me how to identify and then replace the disk.

    many thanks
    dualeh

    Device Summary:
    Smart Array 6i in slot 0

    Consolidated Error Report:
    Controller: Smart Array 6i in slot 0
    Device: Physical Drive 2:2
    Message: Predictive failure.

    Report for Smart Array 6i in slot 0
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    Smart Array 6i in slot 0 : Device Error Report

    Device Severity Error
    ------------------ -------- -------------------
    Physical Drive 2:2 Warning Predictive failure.


    Smart Array 6i in slot 0 : Identify Controller

    Configured Logical Drives 2 (0x02)
    Configuration Signature 0xa00079bb
    RAM Firmware Revision 2.84
    ROM Firmware Revision 2.84
    Hardware Revision 0x01
    Boot Block Revision 6.30
    Drive Present Map Device Status
    ------------------ -------------
    Physical Drive 2:0 Informational
    Physical Drive 2:1 Informational
    Physical Drive 2:2 Informational
    Physical Drive 2:4 Informational

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    Slot 2 I would still say from that report is the faulty drive

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    HP DL380 G4 proliant (disk failure)

    thanks john,

    do you mean slot 2 in physical drive or logical, when i have checked the server, i can see that physical drive 0.0, 1.1, 2.2 and 3.3 but we only using now 0.0 and 1.1. i am really confusing here which drive got fault. need help!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    2:2 means Port 2 Slot 2 so you will have port 2 on the RAID controller in-use and off that you are looking for slot 2 from that.

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