I just want to make sure, can I just take out the broken SCSI HDD Hot-swap in the xServer 236 (8841) and then replace it with a new one?
I'm using IBM's RAID Manager software to auto-manage the RAID 1 configuration in that server, do I need to configure something in the software before and after I replace the SCSI HDD?
Thanks, appreciate all the help.
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Re: Quick question: how to replace SCSI HDD Hot-swap in xServer 236?2013-01-17T03:45:22Z in response to SystemAdminDear Andy,
read the next doc:
ServeRAID recovery from single defunct disk drive (DDD) failures - Servers and IntelliStation
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Re: Quick question: how to replace SCSI HDD Hot-swap in xServer 236?2013-03-07T02:35:45Z in response to Novikov_AlexanderDear Alexander,
I'm just wondering, is the SCSI HDD will automatically formatted when I insert it into the server?
I'm asking because the SCSI HDD replacement unit might contain some kind of virus or malwares, you never know since, better take precautions steps right?