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Re: Replaced disk from FAS2020 into FAS2040+DS4243, now what?

Ben,

Relax, it's not hard, you just need to learn how to navigate the communities and click "start new discussion"

Ok, Back to disk issue...

Interesting issue.. Try to fail it

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Re: Replaced disk from FAS2020 into FAS2040+DS4243, now what?

sv-storage-1a*> disk show

  DISK       OWNER                  POOL   SERIAL NUMBER

------------ -------------          -----  -------------

0c.00.2      sv-storage-1a()   Pool0  WD-

0c.00.0      sv-storage-1a()   Pool0  WD-

0c.00.1      sv-storage-1a()   Pool0  WD-

0c.00.11     sv-storage-2a()   Pool0  WD-

0c.00.9      sv-storage-2a()   Pool0 

0c.00.10     sv-storage-2a()   Pool0 

sv-storage-1a*> disk show -a

  DISK       OWNER                  POOL   SERIAL NUMBER

------------ -------------          -----  -------------

0c.00.2      sv-storage-1a()   Pool0  WD-

0c.00.0      sv-storage-1a()   Pool0  WD-

0c.00.1      sv-storage-1a()   Pool0  WD-

0c.00.11     sv-storage-2a()   Pool0  WD-

0c.00.9      sv-storage-2a()   Pool0 

0c.00.10     sv-storage-2a()   Pool0 

0d.01.11     sv-storage-1b()   Pool0 

sv-storage-1a*> disk fail 0d.01.11

disk fail: Disk 0d.01.11 not found

sv-storage-1a*>

Re: Replaced disk from FAS2020 into FAS2040+DS4243, now what?

Im curious, are there any Foreign aggregates? 

Re: Replaced disk from FAS2020 into FAS2040+DS4243, now what?

I don't know how to look for that but I ran this on each controller:

sv-storage-1a*> aggr status -v

           Aggr State           Status            Options

          aggr0 online          raid4, aggr       root, diskroot, nosnap=off,

                                                  raidtype=raid4, raidsize=7,

                                                  ignore_inconsistent=off,

                                                  snapmirrored=off,

                                                  resyncsnaptime=60,

                                                  fs_size_fixed=off,

                                                  snapshot_autodelete=on,

                                                  lost_write_protect=on

                Volumes: vol0

                Plex /aggr0/plex0: online, normal, active

                    RAID group /aggr0/plex0/rg0: normal

sv-storage-2a*> aggr status -v

           Aggr State           Status            Options

          aggr0 online          raid4, aggr       root, diskroot, nosnap=off,

                                                  raidtype=raid4, raidsize=7,

                                                  ignore_inconsistent=off,

                                                  snapmirrored=off,

                                                  resyncsnaptime=60,

                                                  fs_size_fixed=off,

                                                  snapshot_autodelete=on,

                                                  lost_write_protect=on

                Volumes: vol0

                Plex /aggr0/plex0: online, normal, active

                    RAID group /aggr0/plex0/rg0: normal

Re: Replaced disk from FAS2020 into FAS2040+DS4243, now what?

you got me for now..

You are on old hardware for sure, and running your aggr in raid4 (blah!)  Just sayin...

Re: Replaced disk from FAS2020 into FAS2040+DS4243, now what?

Hi,

please try to force the ownership command in advanced mode: disk remove_ownership -f 0d.01.4

Re: Replaced disk from FAS2020 into FAS2040+DS4243, now what?

ok thanks for your help.  I moved the drives back to the 2020 and will try to clean them there and move back.

And just to comment on the raid4...

I am building this for strictly a backup repository before I go to tape or replicate using our backup solution's replication option.  The RAID 4 was intentionally setup on each controller so that I do not have as many drives installed and running.  This gives me spare parts and saves power as the rest of the drives are actually pulled out about one inch on the array.  3 drives per controller is all that is setup for the aggr/root vol.  That is why the 4243 shelf is needed.  I have x12 1TB drives that I am planning on running in a raid group for the backup data.

Re: Replaced disk from FAS2020 into FAS2040+DS4243, now what?

I did try this option before but it failed.  Then I then noticed that one controller didn't see all the drives on the ds4243.  When I ran disk remove_ownership -f 0d.01.0 it worked on the other controller it worked.

Note for future readers: this failed if you didn't include the "-f" switch.

Re: Replaced disk from FAS2020 into FAS2040+DS4243, now what?

Ah, the -f switch did it.. Didn't think to use force.. Nice work

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