And just because your drive is new, or even refurb from the manufacturer... Perform orderly system shutdowns to avoid leaving data in the array accelerator. 1778-Drive Array Resuming Automatic Data Recovery Process Audible Beeps: None Possible Cause: A controller reset or power cycle occurred All rights reserved. I installed them a few months ago and setup the 2nd datastore on my ESXi server but I have not placed any VMs or data at all on these drives.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. The system tells me it is rebuilding the array but when it gets to around 50% - 60% the system just reboots as if someone just pulled the plug (no blue Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. No indication in the report as to which drive could be the issue of the read/write stops/lockup?
Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for tech news and trends Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource Center About Us Who We Our plan is the upgrade the firmware and drivers during our scheduled PSP Update to version 8.4 next month, now that firmware and drivers are both included in the PSPs. Audible Beeps: None Possible Cause: Power was interrupted while data was in the array accelerator memory. https://community.hpe.com/t5/ProLiant-Servers-ML-DL-SL/ML-350-G5-POST-Error-1792-Drive-Array-Reports-Valid-Data-Found/td-p/5932679 Join Now For immediate help use Live now!
what are you doing? You should not be posting again until the drive is on its way. Seriously, you are at risk right now. 0 Chipotle OP Daniel83 All rights reserved. I haven't been able to order the replacement drive yet, but again disks 1-5 are in a RAID 10 (this has production data that appears to be unaffected for now) Disks Want to Advertise Here?
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b. I'm not familiar with HP's RAID utility, but I wouldn't assume that it will see the new drive and put it into the array. 0 Pure Capsaicin OP Could it be an outdated array controller driver? 0 Pure Capsaicin OP Scott Alan Miller Jul 20, 2010 at 4:08 UTC Niagara Technology Group (NTG) is an IT
Beside that message everything is running OK. Is it likely that this drive is faulty and it just isn't appearing in the diagnostics? I am getting the following errors in my HP diagnostics screen. The error in the log was ............."The description for Event ID ( 129 ) in Source ( HpCISSs2 ) cannot be found.
The outcome was a bad hard drive. Action: No action is required. Yes, HP SmartArray will automatically rebuild the array with the replaced drive. 0 Sonora OP Jeff - Taranaki Jul 28, 2010 at 8:14 UTC I had this happen http://bsdupdates.com/post-error/post-error-1792-drive.php Red Hat Account Number: Red Hat Account Account Details Newsletter and Contact Preferences User Management Account Maintenance Customer Portal My Profile Notifications Help For your security, if you’re on a public
No data has been lost. No data has been lost. Just my luck.