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Scott216
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How to replace RAID Drive

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I have an old Proliant DL380 (I think G1) running Windows Server 2003.  I've got four SCSI drives in a RAID 5 config.  I think I need to replace one of the drives (ID 3).  When I run the HP Array Diagnostic, I get this:

 

 

Array Diagnostic Utility Version 7.40.7.0
Array Diagnostic Utility Inspection Report Version 7.40.1.0


Date/Time:          Wednesday, January 08, 2014 3:21:33PM
Computer Model:     HP Server


SLOT SUMMARY:
   Slot Num  Slot Type  Array Controllers and Host Adapters Detected
   --------  ---------  --------------------------------------------
   SLOT 0    PCI        Integrated Smart Array Controller

SLOT 0 Integrated Smart Array Controller ERROR REPORT:

   SCSI Port 2 Drive ID 0 is not stamped for monitoring
   SCSI Port 2 Drive ID 3 has exceeded the following threshold(s)
      Pred failure errors
   SOLUTION: Please replace this drive when conditions permit.
   SCSI Port 2, Drive ID 3 ... S.M.A.R.T. predictive failure errors have been
   detected in the factory Monitor and Performance data.  SOLUTION:  Please
   replace this drive when conditions permit.
   SCSI Port 2, Drive ID 3 ... S.M.A.R.T. predictive failure errors have been
   detected in the since power Monitor and Performance data.  SOLUTION:  Please
   replace this drive when conditions permit.

SUBSYSTEM INFORMATION:

   Chassis Serial Num:              D136FSB1L251
   This Controller
      Array Serial Number:          Not Available
      Cache Serial Number:          Not Available
   Other Controller
      Array Serial Number:          Not Available
      Cache Serial Number:          Not Available

I have Array Configuration Utility Ver 7.40.8.0

 

I tried shutting down the server and replacing drive 3 with another one (same size), but when I powered up the server I got an error saying there was no O/S, so I put the old drive back in and the server started up okay.  So how do I replace this drive and get the server to rebuild it?

 

Attached is the entire Array Diagnostic Report

 

 

P.S. This thread has been moevd from Servers > General to ProLiant Servers (ML,DL,SL). - Hp Forum Moderqator

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