We've had a couple of HP ML110 G5 servers running for a couple of years, but now the of the servers reports a disk failure a few days ago; Failed drive: controller 1, port 0. I called HP support and they told me we just had to replace the disk and then the RAID would rebuild itself. So I replaced the disk with a new one and booted up the server but only got missing file NTosKRL.... So I reattached the original disk and everything worked again and the server booted up again. The RAID is still reporting a disk failure but how do I then solve the problem?
The disk I replaced with is the same type but it seems the firmware version on the new one is HPG6 and the old one is HPG1. Should I enter the RAID on boot with F8 or what can I do? The server is running RAID 10 on the HP onboard storage controller.