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HP Proliant ML330 G6 Raid 1 non hot swap

HP Proliant ML330 G6 Raid 1 non hot swap

HP Proliant ML330 G6 Raid 1 non hot swap

(OP)
Hi,

I have an HP Proliant ML330 G6, it has 2 250Gb SATA drives installed using RAID 1, the RAID card is a P410. One of the disks has failed, I have a spare disk and just wondered if the RAID will rebuild itself after the system reboots. I've not done a disk swap on one of these systems before and I don't see an option in ACU to start the rebuild. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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RE: HP Proliant ML330 G6 Raid 1 non hot swap

I haven't dealt with the non hot-swap drives, but my guess is that the array controller would realize it's a new/different drive and start the rebuild process automatically.


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RE: HP Proliant ML330 G6 Raid 1 non hot swap

(OP)
I thought that myself, I think I'm going to have to power it off and reseat the disk. Thanks for the reply.

RE: HP Proliant ML330 G6 Raid 1 non hot swap

(OP)
I sorted this problem out, although HP listed this unit as non hot swap, it actually was. I just reseated the disk and it automatically rebuilt the array.

RE: HP Proliant ML330 G6 Raid 1 non hot swap

Thanks for the update.


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