You may encounter an issue on the disk where a "Bad block medium error is detected at a block ..." on one of your Virtual Disks.
Having this error doesn't mean you have to change the disk, it can be fixed. Please create a support ticket and one of our agents will help you. In the ticket, include the error message displayed, containing date, time, error, block number, and virtual disk number.
To solve this issue, follow the steps below:
- Login to Management Server with SSH
- Change to root privilege with command
- Login to pang-cli with
- Check systemid with command
- Enter enable mode with command
enableand use the systemid as a password, (Without asterisk "*") If using with putty, a shortcut is double-clicking the systemid and then right-click, it will be automatically pasted and you can press enter.
- Deactivate the volume with command
cache volume deactivateand input volume number and enter (Here, Example volume 2)
- Exit from Pang-cli with command
- Remove volume from CMDB with command
/opt/pang/bin/cmdbutils_rt -I lo -e 2
- Check the disk drive label and volume ID with the command
PeerApp,0001,U /dev/sdc1 PeerApp,0002,U /dev/sdd1 PeerApp,0003,U /dev/sde1 PeerApp,0004,U /dev/sdf1 PeerApp,0005,U /dev/sdg1 PeerApp,0006,U /dev/sdh1 PeerSSD,0241,U /dev/vda1
- Format the specified volume which was reported as Bad Block (simple volume 2)
/opt/pang/useful/format_disks.sh -format_one /dev/sdd 2
- Import volume to CMDB with command
/opt/pang/bin/cmdbutils_rt -I lo -b 2
- Enter pang-cli and enable mode again and reactivate the volume with command
cache volume activateand input volume number and enter
- Verify volume with command
You may remove/leave the idrac system event log from idrac . If desired to remove the system event log from idrac, follow instructions Here