Subject: Re: RAIDframe error recovery procedures.....
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From: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
Date: 09/11/2002 18:17:08
[ On Monday, September 9, 2002 at 16:00:49 (-0600), Greg Oster wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: RAIDframe error recovery procedures.....
> Greg A. Woods writes:
> > I have a RAIDframe device in the following state. I believe sd11d will
> > come back A-OK after a reboot. If so how do I recover it to "normal"
> > state in RAIDframe?
> Reboot. sd11d should still show up in the RAID set as being 'failed'.
> Then do:
> raidctl -R /dev/sd11d raid0
> That's the simplest. ('-R' == rebuild-in-place.)
Well, that did eventually work. :-)
Seems the errors were due to a poor connection on the bus (or possibly a
poor power connection to one half of the chassis. The proof will
probably come when it survives the nightly /etc/daily runs....
In figuring all this out I ended up with a raidframe panic during the
first attempted reconstruction, and then a problem when the "used_spare"
also encountered similar errors, but would not fail either automatically
or with "raidctl -f".
I'll post full details on the panic and the failure to fail later....
Greg A. Woods
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