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Disk status 5220

L1 Bithead

Hello,

I just noticed that it seems like one of the disks is failed, am I correct? Even though RAID Status is Good and both disks are detected and visible, those records in bold make me worry

 

admin@SWA-5220-OCC-B(active)> show system raid detail


Overall System Drives RAID status Good
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Drive status
Disk id Sys1 Present (MICRON_M510DC_MT)
Disk id Sys2 Present (MICRON_M510DC_MT)
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Partition status

panlogs clean
Drive id Sys1 active sync
Drive id Sys2 active sync

swap clean
Drive id Sys1 active sync
Drive id Sys2 active sync

panrepo clean
Drive id Sys1 active sync
Drive id Sys2 active sync

pancfg clean
Drive id Sys1 active sync
Drive id Sys2 active sync

maint clean
Drive id Sys1 active sync
Drive id Sys2 active sync

sysroot1 clean
Drive id Sys1 active sync
Drive id Sys2 active sync

sysroot0 clean
Drive id Sys1 active sync
Drive id Sys2 active sync


Logging Drives RAID status
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Disk Pair Log Available
Status clean, degraded
Disk id Log1 Present
model : ST2000NX0253
size : 1907729 MB
status : active sync
Disk id Log2 Missing

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Cyber Elite
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Hello @igor.shpak

 

based on the cli output it looks like that Log 2 disk is missing. Could you let somebody on site to check it whether disk is inserted? I had once case that disk was in, but was not firmly inserted in disk bay causing missing disk issue. Here is a reference for PA-5200 series drives: PA-5200 Series Next-Gen Firewall Hardware Reference 

 

Kind Regards

Pavel

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello @igor.shpak

 

based on the cli output it looks like that Log 2 disk is missing. Could you let somebody on site to check it whether disk is inserted? I had once case that disk was in, but was not firmly inserted in disk bay causing missing disk issue. Here is a reference for PA-5200 series drives: PA-5200 Series Next-Gen Firewall Hardware Reference 

 

Kind Regards

Pavel

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