Unresolved Configuration Mismatch of Disk(s) and NVRAM

Posted on 2009-02-23
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hello There,

I have received the above error on our Server and although I have got the disks back online, is there anything I need to consider in the future with this server? It is quite an old server where we are building a new system and I don't want to take any chances with it. Is it adviseable to find another server do you think?

Question by:JAKJO
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What type of server, brand and model?
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ALso, can you back up all the data ASAP ?

I hope this helps !

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All data has been backed up. The thing is the server is a bit of a mix and match! It's an old HP proliant.
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Well you can try to resolve this.

1) get the latest BIOS rompaq and firmware updates for all components including controllers.

2) Get the latest windows RAID config that will work with this controller.

As long as you can still back it up, you can start to rebuild a new server to transfer everything over.

What services is it running ?

I hope this helps !

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