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New Celldisk Errors CD_FAIL [432] Poor Performance (Doc ID 1475920.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Exadata Storage Server Software - Version to [Release 11.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Storage Cell running with image

The disk has been marked critical.  And the disk has been replaced.

The process created the lun and celldisk.

But automatic disk management did not complete all steps.

The process had created one grid disk. And did not create other disks.

Even the manual disk creation encounters errors:

CellCLI> create griddisk FLASH_CD_05_cel01 celldisk=CD_05_cel01,size=50.6875G
CELL-02583: The operation is not permitted on this cell disk.

CellCLI>  drop griddisk DATA_CD_05_cel01
CELL-02550: Cell Server (CELLSRV) cannot drop the grid disk.

CellCLI> alter griddisk DATA_CD_05_cel01 inactive
CELL-02637: Response returned by cellsrv is invalid.

The cell alert.log shows below errors:

create CELLDISK CD_05_cel01 on device /dev/sdf
Mon Jul 16 13:39:15 2012
create GRIDDISK XXXX_DATA_CD_05_cel01 on CELLDISK CD_05_cel01
 GridDisk name=XXXX_DATA_CD_05_cel01 guid=42d0c4c0-b72a-48f3-a0c1-ea445ad944c9 (2295385604)
NOTE: Initiating ASM instance operation:
Operation: DROP and ADD of ASM disks for 1 Grid disks guids.
NOTE: Initiating ASM Instance operation: ASM DROP ADD disk on 1 disks
Published 1 grid disk events ASM DROP ADD disk on DG XXXX_DATA to:
ClientHostName =,  ClientPID = 19172
Mon Jul 16 13:39:15 2012
warning: ADD GRIDDISK XXXX_FLASH_CD_05_cel01 on celldisk CD_05_cel01 failed: parent celldisk is marked 'poor performance' type=CD_FAIL [432]
Mon Jul 16 13:39:25 2012
WARNING: CellDisk name=CD_05_XXXXXcel01 on dev=/dev/sdf is marked as 'poor performance' in cell_disk_config.xml file
Mon Jul 16 15:16:25 2012
warning: ADD GRIDDISK XXXX_FLASH_CD_05_cel01 on celldisk CD_05_XXXXXcel01 failed: parent celldisk is marked 'poor performance' type=CD_FAIL [432]



A disk replaced on a storage cell running Exadata image version


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