I have a Compaq ProLiant 5500 running FreeBSD 6.0 with a RAID 5 config.
I recently had a drive go bad on me, I replaced the drive but the LED will not change to green. What am I missing? Is thier some sort of command I need to run in FreeBSD? I don't want to reboot the server unless thier is no other way. I'm afriad it might not come back up and I've had the server running without a reboot for almost a year (352 days and counting).
Basically Compaq servers do have very rusty CD-ROM drives, so you have to use any CD-R or very slow CD-RW (like 4x or so) disks to copy SmartStart and make sure you burn CDs at very stable speeds. Desktop
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