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HP P4000 Multi-Site Node Rebuild

Posted on 2014-09-28
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We have a 6 Node Left Hand SAN. It is configured with Network RAID 10.
1 of the Nodes had a 2 Disc Failure (Raid5) and I believe they have rebuilt the Node without putting it into Repair Mode first.

We do have the Ghost Node IP address in the Cluster, and the New Node has the Same IP address and Name as before

Now when we go to Re-add the Node into the Cluster it wants to convert it to a Single Site first.

This is with both the Exchange and Add to existing Cluster option.

This node is part of the management group, and has been added to the correct site to replace the Node.

The old Node is still in the cluster and the Repaired node is out of the cluster

The storage array is not in warranty.

Any guidance from here is greatly appreciated.
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So after a lot of investigation, I logged out and back in of CMC, and the Node was not added to the site.

I added the Node to the site, then went exchange cluster node and it is rebuilding with no warnings
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