I have 7371 which had disk00 failure. I reloaded the WAE during week end. Now I do not see the disk00 failure.. But I see RAID-5 critical when I do 'show disk details'. Everything looks normal. But does any one know how to get rid of RAID-5 critical error ?
When you run the WAAS disk check tool, you will be logged out of the device. The device automatically reboots after it has completed checking the file system. Because this operation results in a reboot, we recommend that you perform this operation after normal business hours.
To run the WAAS disk check tool, follow these steps:
Oddly CM GUI shows only disk00 enabled when you look at the Monitoring--> Disks but WAE CLI lists all the disks.
We opened a TAC case on this and TAC engineer suggested , it may be due to bad disk and suggested us to replace it. This is being one of the core data center, we have scheduled the disk replacement during the week end..
When I do 'sh disk tech' and I see all the disks but none of them are set with PFA is set to YES. I see RAID critical. But on CM GUI, I see only disk00 is enabled as shown in my attached doc.. Can you take a look ??
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