ServeRAID:  Defunct drive: controller 1, channel 1, SCSI ID 1 (FRU Part # Not available).

Posted on 2009-04-21
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
In the Event viewer in the Application log I am getting Error
Event ID is 20 and Source : Director Agent.


   ServerRAID: Defunct drive: Controller 1, Channel1, SCSI ID 1 (FRU Part # Not available).
Please provide me solution asap.

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Question by:pavansiva29
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    It seems like one of your hard disks has died.  See this article on replacing the defunct drive.

    It also provides a link for performing a hot-swap rebuild.
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    Start ServeRaid Manager, click on your controller. It willl show you your RAID configuration and which disk is defunckt. Select properties of that drive and select Identify (or something like that). Disk LED will start to indicate the drive. Remove the drive from the bay if it is hot swap. On the drive iyou will find ALL the data you need to buy a new drive, including FRU

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