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I was going thru the logs in /var/log/messages and I came across some Storage Service Events. While they may or may not indicate a problem, many of these occurred after ywe completed the last build out of the file system and many days after Dell had swapped out the drives.  See an extract below:

Oct  8 14:26:15 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  0 Sense code:  0 Sense qualifier:  0:  Physical Disk 0:0:20 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:26:16 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  0 Sense code:  0 Sense qualifier:  0:  Physical Disk 0:0:20 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:26:21 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  C Sense code:  0 Sense qualifier:  0:  Physical Disk 0:0:20 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:26:23 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  2 Sense code:  0 Sense qualifier:  0:  Physical Disk 0:0:20 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:26:26 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  2 Sense code:  0 Sense qualifier:  0:  Physical Disk 0:0:20 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:26:28 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  2 Sense code:  0 Sense qualifier:  0:  Physical Disk 0:0:20 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:26:36 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  2 Sense code:  0 Sense qualifier:  0:  Physical Disk 0:0:20 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:26:37 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2349  A bad disk block could not be reassigned during a write operation.:  Physical Disk 0:0:20 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:26:37 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2346   Error occurred: Error on PD 00(e0x0e/s20) (Error 02).:  Physical Disk 0:0:20 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:26:38 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2048  Device failed:  Physical Disk 0:0:20 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:26:38 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2123  Redundancy lost:  Virtual Disk 0 (Virtual Disk 0) Controller 2 (PERC H800 Adapter)
Oct  8 14:26:38 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2057  Virtual disk degraded:  Virtual Disk 0 (Virtual Disk 0) Controller 2 (PERC H800 Adapter)
Oct  8 14:28:32 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 1, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:28:48 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 1, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:28:48 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 1, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:28:49 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:28:49 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:28:49 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 2, Connector 0
Oct  8 14:28:56 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 0, Connector 0
Oct 10 23:48:56 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  Unexpected sense. SCSI sense data: Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 1, Connector 0
Oct 10 23:48:58 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2242  The Patrol Read has started.:  Controller 1 (PERC H800 Adapter) 
Oct 10 23:55:16 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2242  The Patrol Read has started.:  Controller 2 (PERC H800 Adapter) 
Oct 11 00:18:46 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2243  The Patrol Read has stopped.:  Controller 1 (PERC H800 Adapter) 
Oct 11 23:46:40 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2242  The Patrol Read has started.:  Controller 0 (PERC H700 Integrated) 
Oct 12 04:39:21 ussea140 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2243  The Patrol Read has stopped.:  Controller 0 (PERC H700 Integrated)

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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE earned 500 total points
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After reading your question: called Dell already? They have swapped hardware, now you have messages you did not have before.
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it was a failed drive issue. Thanks.
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