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Integrated Intel(R) RAID Controller SROMBSASMP2

Hello,

mfi0: 56507 (401357991s/0x0002/info) - Rebuild complete on VD 00/0

mfi0: 56508 (401357991s/0x0002/info) - Rebuild complete on PD 0a(e0xff/s10)

mfi0: 56509 (401357991s/0x0002/info) - State change on PD 0a(e0xff/s10) from REBUILD(14) to ONLINE(18)

mfi0: 56510 (401357991s/0x0001/info) - State change on VD 00/0 from DEGRADED(2) to OPTIMAL(3)

mfi0: 56511 (401357991s/0x0001/info) - VD 00/0 is now OPTIMAL

mfi0: 56512 (401358026s/0x0002/WARN) - Encl PD 00 Path 50001017c6b2ce00 reset (Type 03)

mfi0: 56513 (401358080s/0x0002/WARN) - Encl PD 00 Path 50001017c6b2ce00 reset (Type 03)

mfi0: 56514 (401358134s/0x0002/WARN) - Encl PD 00 Path 50001017c6b2ce00 reset (Type 03)

mfi0: 56515 (401358188s/0x0002/WARN) - Encl PD 00 Path 50001017c6b2ce00 reset (Type 03)

mfi0: 56516 (401358348s/0x0002/WARN) - Encl PD 00 Path 50001017c6b2ce00 reset (Type 03)ter

i get this warning after i changed my broken hard drive on runing system with hot spare. Can anyone help me with this?

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Simis, What is it exactly you need help with? Regards, John

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i can't find any information about this warning :

mfi0: 56515 (401358188s/0x0002/WARN) - Encl PD 00 Path 50001017c6b2ce00 reset (Type 03)

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Simis,

If I'm reading that right, physical disk 0 in enclosure 0 requires reset command and the controller is predicting a failure.

Jason

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But how can i fix it? because when i try to find it, i cant see any enclosure 0 or physical disk 0

mfiutil show config

mfi0 Configuration: 2 arrays, 1 volumes, 0 spares

array 0 of 2 drives:

drive 1 ( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 1

drive 2 ( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 2

array 1 of 2 drives:

drive 9 ( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 9

drive 4 ( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 4

volume mfid0 (557G) RAID-1 256K OPTIMAL spans:

array 0

array 1

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What server system are you using? I would guess that it in this case you are looking for the disk in slot 1.

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Jason,

My server system is Intel® Server System SR2600URLXR , OS FreeBSD .

i tried to change all physical disks but it will not change anything,

 

57672 (Thu Sep 20 08:25:24 EEST 2012/DRIVE/WARN) - Encl PD 00 Path 50001017c6b2ce00 reset (Type 03)

my config:

mfiutil show config

mfi0 Configuration: 2 arrays, 1 volumes, 0 spares

array 0 of 2 drives:

drive 10 ( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 10

drive 2 ( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 2

array 1 of 2 drives:

drive 9 ( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 9

drive 4 ( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 4

volume mfid0 (557G) RAID-1 256K OPTIMAL spans:

array 0

array 1

physical drives:

mfiutil show drives

mfi0 Physical Drives:

( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 2

( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 4

( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 9

( 279G) ONLINE SAS slot 10

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Hmm... just out of curiousity, which drivers are you using for the controller?

I'm no BSD guru, but I notice there's no BSD drivers on the product download page for that server board.

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That driver supports LSI MegaRAID SAS 8408E and LSI MegaRAID SAS 8480E but the http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/s5520ur/sb/e45274011_sr2600ur_tps_r1_9.pdf TPS (section 6.4.2) for that board quotes LSISAS1078. You might have a driver compatablity issue.

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To expand on what Jason indicartes above. The difference between the LSI 8408E and 8480E controllers is just internal and external connectors. The LSI MegaRAID SAS 8408E/ 8480E controllers use the LSISAS 1068/1068E ROC.

Here's the LSI MegaRAID SAS 8408E/ 8480E controller http://www.lsi.com/downloads/Public/Obsolete/Obsolete%20Common%20Files/mr_sas_stor_ug.pdf User's Guide.

John

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John,

I've poked around a bit on the Intel support site and I've not found any details about the SROMBSASMP2, can you point to a product landing page for that item? Or can you answer, does it use the LSISAS1078 as indicated in the TPS?

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Yes, the SROMBSASMP2 or FALSASMP2 use the LSI1078 ROC. John

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