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Can you rebuild a failed hard drive through command line without having to physically reseat the drive for it to rebuild?
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by:jburgaard
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Take out the failed HD.
Get new HD.
Insert in place of the failed and let the system rebuild.

-so I short I would say: no

HTH

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andyalder earned 250 total points
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I would do that the other way around - get the replacement hard disk before taking out the old one but I agree that there's no way to take the drive out of the array by command line. You can't make any config changes when the array is in a degraded state and the old remove command in the ACU CLI is devalued anyway, doesn't work at all any more.
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