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HP 2012fc - Warning error 44

Posted on 2009-05-05
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Dear all,
starting from yesterday I receive an error message from my 2012fc web interface.
There was no power problems, any suggestion on the reason why I receive the error and what actions to be taken please?

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Question by:candrea71
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by:andyalder
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Nothing on HP's forums, I'd suggest logging it with tech support.
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It seems to be saying that the write cache on the RAID controller isn't working.  If you have it enabled, you can test if the error continues with the cache disabled.  Your disk performance will go down without the write cache, though.
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by:candrea71
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Aaaarrrg! It seems things are getting worst!
Please any suggestion?
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by:candrea71
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Sorry forget the last post, as it was the UPS cable disconnected (don't know how it happened!!)
Anyway I've deleted the cache and now it is working, there was a 25% unwritable.
I belive no data-loss as the storage is really new and don't host big things ;)
I'll update later!
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