Sun Storage 3000 Arrays: How to Proactively Fail and Remove a Failing Disk
Last updated on APRIL 20, 2018
Applies to:Sun Storage 3511 SATA Array - Version Not Applicable and later
Sun Storage 3510 FC Array - Version Not Applicable and later
Sun Storage 3320 SCSI Array - Version Not Applicable and later
Sun Storage 3310 Array - Version Not Applicable and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The Sun Storage 3000 Arrays take advantage of RAID as well as SMART (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting) technology to recover from media errors to a disk. These utilities allow for a disk drive to incur minimal (corrected) I/O faults, and continue on as an active member of the Logical Disk. There may be instances where the disk remains active, but has exceeded any reasonable error threshold. When these conditions occur, this document explains how to relocate the data off the drive, before replacement of the disk from the array.
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