CellCLI list physicaldisk shows duplicate disks after disk replacement.

(Doc ID 1319536.1)

Last updated on JUNE 18, 2013

Applies to:

Oracle Exadata Storage Server Software - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


CellCLI> list physicaldisk;

Shows output similar to this:
65:0 L1GBC2 normal
65:1 L1GB43 normal
65:2 L1N5EY normal
65:3 L16M33 normal
65:4 L1NWXQ not present
65:4 L49LD6 normal
65:5 L1N3WD normal
65:6 L1N5KT normal
65:7 L1NRQ3 normal
65:8 L1JPDN normal
65:9 L1NV9H normal
65:10 L1NXBY normal
65:11 L1NN6N normal

Or you might encounter the same problem for flash disks so you might see output similar to this:

[9:0:0:0] 508002000092300FMOD0 normal
[9:0:1:0] 508002000092300FMOD1 normal
[9:0:2:0] 508002000092300FMOD2 normal
[9:0:3:0] 508002000092300FMOD3 normal
[9:0:0:0] 508002000092e9eFMOD0 Not Present
[9:0:1:0] 508002000092e9eFMOD1 Not Present
[9:0:2:0] 508002000092e9eFMOD2 Not Present
[9:0:3:0] 508002000092e9eFMOD3 Not Present


Replacing hard disks or flash disks


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