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HP Array Configuration Utility & VMWare ESXi server?

Xeronimo
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Hi,

I've got VMWare ESXi (paid version) installed on a HP ProLiant DL380 G6 and now one of its disks is indicated as faulty (vSphere told me this). Since it's RAID5 I've replaced the disk. So far so good.

But I am wondering: is there a possibility to actually access the HP RAID configuration somehow? In order to see the progress of the rebuilding, to see the configuration etc?

That used to be possible using the HP Array Configuration Utility when I used one physical server simply as one (Windows) server (instead of using it as a host for several virtual servers).

Thanks a lot!

Jerome
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