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Degraded Virtual Disk but all Drives are Grren

I have upgrade all the firmware and drivers and still have yellow (Degraded) icon on one of the virtual disks.

All of the drive are green.  How do i clear this?

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Re: Degraded Virtual Disk but all Drives are Grren

Hello

Firmware and drivers being out of date are not the only reasons a virtual disk, controller, or drive may be marked as degraded. You should review all members of the virtual disk to make sure they are online. You should also check for predictive failure status. The SMART on the drive will set a "Yes" status when conditions are met that indicate imminent drive failure. The drive will be online and operational but should be replaced ASAP.

http://www.dell.com/storagecontrollermanuals/

http://www.dell.com/openmanagemanuals/

You can also restart the OMSA services to try to resolve reporting issues after a status change. If you are certain it is an OMSA reporting issue and restarting services does not resolve then restart the system during your next maintenance window.

Thanks

Daniel Mysinger
Dell EMC, Enterprise Engineer

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Re: Degraded Virtual Disk but all Drives are Grren

I have checked each disk and all are green and OK.  No errors

I have rebooted the server also.

 

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