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Raid Warning Messgae

Posted on 2013-06-12
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Hi All getting the following message on my raid controller and also the machine seems to keep shutting down

Task 20 timeout on disk (Port Number 3,Target ID 1) at LBA 0x01395c8f (Length 0x100)

Any idears

John
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What type of controller is it?

SCSI, SATA or SAS?

Are the drives connected via cables or a backplane?

Drivers and firmware up to date?

Server BIOS and BMC up to date?

Type of server?

Operating system?

Have you performed a file system check?

How frequent are the shutdowns?
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The hdd that is on port #3 has an unreadable block at offset 0x01395c8f (this is the block number).  

Bad blocks happen all the time, but in your situation the system is not recovering.
Are you using RAID0?  If so, then no recovery is possible because there is no redundant information.    

What RAID level are you using, and what O/S ? (The make/models of disk or anything about the computer itself will not be a factor)
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This was a failed disk issue after further investigation
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