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March 1st, 2024 05:55

Issue with the same enclosure ID on MD3600f+MD1200

Since the reset of the controller as shown below, both controllers 0,1 have been changed to the same ID. I want to change the enclosure ID of MD1200 from 0 to 1, is there no impact on the disk group? Will it be solved by simply changing the enclosure ID of MD1200?  Please give me some advice.

ENCLOSURE, SLOT  STATUS   CAPACITY    MEDIA TYPE     INTERFACE TYPE  CURRENT DATA RATE  PRODUCT ID     
0,    0          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             ST600MP0036    
0,    0          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             HUS156060VLS600
0,    1          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             AL13SXB60EN    
0,    1          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             HUS156060VLS600
0,    2          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             ST3600057SS    
0,    2          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             HUS156060VLS600
0,    3          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             ST3600057SS    
0,    3          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             HUS156060VLS600
0,    4          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             ST3600057SS    
0,    4          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             HUS156060VLS600
0,    5          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             ST3600057SS    
0,    5          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             HUS156060VLS600
0,    6          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             ST3600057SS    
0,    6          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             HUS156060VLS600
0,    7          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             ST3600057SS    
0,    7          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             HUS156060VLS600
0,    8          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             ST3600057SS    
0,    8          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             HUS156060VLS600
0,    9          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             AL14SXB60ENY   
0,    9          Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             HUS156060VLS600
0,    10         Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             ST3600057SS    
0,    10         Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             HUS156060VLS600
0,    11         Optimal  558.912 GB  Physical Disk  SAS             6 Gbps             ST3600057SS    

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March 1st, 2024 18:15

Hello,

no there shouldn't be any impact on the disk group, anyway i suggest you to perform a backup before any modifications.

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March 5th, 2024 02:08

Hello. 
Thank you for your response, and I have additional questions.
I'm trying to do it with the CLI when I change the enclosure ID, do I have to do both Controller 0 and 1 or does it matter if I do it only in one place? And, why is this happening?

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March 5th, 2024 08:17

Hi,

 

Usually the enclosure ID for MD1200 is assigned when it is connected to MD3600f. If it is not assigned correctly, you should change it manually to avoid confusion when reading logs. It is preferable to do it in Array Management Window of MDSM. Have you followed the deployment instructions to power up the storage in sequence? https://dell.to/436cEms

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