Iomega StorCenter px4-300r lost volume after rebuild of raid...

As above.  My colleague had replaced the 3rd disk which had failed and now have no more volumes.

Heres the logs:

svcd9079      05/10/2015 09:14            INFORMATION      Drive 3 was removed.
2323      05/10/2015 09:14            ERROR      Drive number 3 cannot be detected.
svcd9108      05/10/2015 09:26            INFORMATION      Drive '3' added.
9046      05/10/2015 09:26            INFORMATION      Verifying the state of storage.
webserver4635      05/10/2015 09:27      domain\dradministrator      INFORMATION      User 'domain\dradministrator' logged in.
4522      05/10/2015 10:20            ERROR      Data may be unavailable due to a failure.
webserver4635      05/10/2015 10:22      domain\dradministrator      INFORMATION      User 'domain\dradministrator' logged in.

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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
1. Non-RAID system,
2. bad configuration,
3. another bad disk.

failed to rebuild, it can happen, I would escalate to Iomega Support, and prepare for a restore.

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CHI-LTDAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  Rebooted it and its rebuilding again..
Carlos IjalbaIT Systems DirectorCommented:
You can check:


Then I think is option 2, support files, then open the index.html file and open the /raid folder.

In that folder you will find files in the form of for raid group 1, for raid group 2, etc. You can check the State column for "active sync" otherwise you may have discs on the raidgroup out of sync.

In /log folder you will find the messages file with the syslog of the box, and you can check for errors.
CHI-LTDAuthor Commented:
Thanks, support have pointed me in that direction.  the device is now consistently rebuilding and failing.
Remote management console now down, but can ping and access shares.
going to pull data off it and swap the disks as per their support and change file system and rebuild raid...
CHI-LTDAuthor Commented:
they sent two disks in the end as their logs showed another failure..
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