My server is in use, and I don't have enough slack in the cables to open the case while it is running. I am trying to use it after a long time. Customers are also encouraged to open a WTEC case (CPR elevation). Than also it is give same error. his comment is here
I never trusted batteries dated over 3 yesrs old unless they are already installed and working then leave them. Please try the following:Use a different search stringIf search was based on document ID, check document ID or switch to keyword search Change your search criteria selectionCheck your search string for Logical volume 1 now showed Status as RECOVERING with both drives listed as OK. Contact us about this article 383280-B21 is for the P400, a different controller. https://h20565.www2.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?sp4ts.oid=3949980&docId=mmr_kc-0117751&docLocale=en_US
Mary January 19, 2012 at 1:43 am Hello, I would like to share my experience with you, I have more or less the same problem, I have many servers with Smart I'm a little confused now as to whether or array is still intact or recoverable in some way, or if something has happened and the entire array is lost. on the OS?0 0 03/03/15--23:47: Re: DL380 G3 failure Contact us about this article Hello, Have you tried to boot the server with just two sticks of RAM If the issue persists, then there could be an issue with either the system board or the processor, whenever the processor is reseated, the thermal paste has to be reapplied after cleaning
Logical volume 1 is a pair of 150GB SAS drives in RAID 1+0 in bays 7 & 8. Logical volume 2 consists of 4 drives in RAID 5 in bays 1-4. I hope you understand me, because my native language is Spanish. If in doubt, have them open up and look at the old Accelerator battery for reference.
It was just working without any specific role. But today i've got new computers to my class room and i decided that i use ML370 G6 server as a domain There you can choose between optimal cooling, increased cooling, and max cooling. After power up, we have a black screen, POST does not occur, the BIOS is not available. To do so, the following steps may be performed: Power off the server and remove the power cable from the server and remove the access panel.
Thanks for the help everyone. 1 Habanero OP AceOfSpades Jul 31, 2014 at 10:26 UTC Get the new drive and battery ASAP, don't delay this. Replacing the drive https://h20565.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=mmr_kc-0101966 Can't see anything on monitor (not even for one second). Few time before server was restarted and there was no problem with starting. There were too many HP batteries from other "vendors" that were old or had issues. After rebooting the server is not operational (this occurred before, but was able to restart the server).
When I am turning it ON I am getting error "Array Accelerator Batteries have failed to charge need to replace" I have replaced the battery but still getting the same error. this content Kumar July 24, 2012 at 12:52 pm Can anyone suggest me if array controller battery is down or failure , does it effects the server performance? Mitch January 3, 2012 at 2:53 pm That sounds very strange to me. I have 3 drives and 1 is faulty.
Most of my interactions are with Dell servers but this particular client has been hanging on to some older HPs. I don't see any reason why you couldn't hot swap the cache battery…after all, it can take a day or two for the battery to charge up and the error to Mitch December 30, 2014 at 10:01 pm I'd question where that battery came from. http://bsdupdates.com/post-error/post-error-1784-drive-array-drive-failure.php I don't know what to do next??
Is that hot-swappable by default as long as the drives themselves support it?That is always hot swap. Drives do not support or not support hot swap. Hot swap is a factor Is it possible to access the data by moving the HDD in the G4 server in the same order of SCSI ID and booting from DVD? These 1794 POST messages should be used to determine the proper course of action rather than the corresponding Integrated Management Log (IML) message (below) because the IML message is insufficiently detailed:
What can I do. suresh June 23, 2013 at 2:18 pm Hello, I have a HP proliant DL 360 server. Prolliant BIOS : 027 BIOS version : 0270826 BIOS date : 26-08-11 I downgrade above BIOS to dated 29-09-09 Please suggest any solution...0 0 03/03/15--00:13: Re: Emulex 10Gb Did you update your firmware?
These products are now supported by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. justinh2 wrote: Yes that's the version they have, it's rack-mounted. The mount image seems to be OK (how can I check that ?) but when I launch the reboot (Power Switch -> Cold boot), the server does not boot from the http://bsdupdates.com/post-error/post-error-1797-drive-array-array-accelerator-read-error-occurred.php HPSIM is no longer reporting an error.
thank you Mitch July 16, 2013 at 2:44 pm Hmm..all I can suggest is to check and see if it is the latest version of SMH. We'll also look into getting that battery replaced. untung July 2, 2013 at 9:54 pm Hi Mitch, we have replaced the battery, in primary (which bundle with memory module) and in secondary. Server cleaning, disassembly/assembly, partially removal of memory and processors, starting with 1 or 2 PSU, have not given success.
Kevin Lemke December 21, 2011 at 5:26 am I am having the same problem and have the 2.84 firmware.