Apart from this if you have any major issue regarding Dell or HP server support and maintenance. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. Disk space is never enough. Sign in to vote. Remove From My Forums. Monday, October 22, 1:

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File Services and Storage https: Disk space is never enough. When I took out the second drive B with A init did not boot up and said boot failure.

File Services and Storage. Remove it and replace it with a new one and select from xell menu to rebuild. It comes packaged with Debian and Ubuntu.

I have a Dell Poweredge server with two mirrored disk. You can contact IB Remarketing. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy ddell cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.



Not an IT pro? Nagios appears to have a plugin for OpenManage: If hardware you should be able to watch it boot or also boot controller bios and check it. Post as a guest Name.

Posted by Arun Bodkhe at 6: Newer Post Older Post Home. It really helps the users of dell devices.

There are options as long as you can get the status of the controller. Thursday, October 25, 9: By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Again, I’d need to know more. Remove From My Forums.

New Dell PowerEdge T SAS SATA RAID Storage Controller

This Logical Volume is where the operating system is installed and you got a request to expand disk space on this server. After the disks are del, reboot the server. Really a very very informative post on dell. That is my issue.

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Sunday, October 21, 5: Or create a custom nagios plugin. In this example, the new 4 disks are inserted from slot-2 to slot You could get ddell information in BIOS.


Seems that the only method for now is to reboot, enter the SAS utility, and check the array status. For hardware raid yes that’s a true statement. To test the failure, I took out one drive Aand it rebooted with the exisiting disk BWhen I took out the second drive B with A init did not boot up and said boot failure. Monday, October 22, The RAID 1 mirror seems to be working because at one time, it did say syncing I forget what the exact wording is but you get the idea.