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Disk Ready, Not Online

What can I do to bring this disk online?

259735-0090-ATTWAAS1#sh disk detail

RAID Physical disk information:
  disk00: Online                     BJ505FJC    286102 MB
  disk02: Online                     BJ505F86    286102 MB
  disk04: Ready                      JHWZKP3C    286102 MB

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From show disk tech-support>

Device #2

         Device is a Hard drive

         State                         : Ready

         Supported                     : Yes

         Transfer Speed                : SAS 3.0 Gb/s

         Reported Channel,Device       : 0,4

         Vendor                        : IBM-ESXS

         Model                         : VPBA300C3ETS11 N

         Firmware                      : A496

         Serial number                 : JHWZKP3C

         World-wide name               : 5000CCA00D6FF40B

         Size                          : 286102 MB

         Write Cache                   : Disabled (write-through)

         FRU                           : 43X0817

         PFA                           : No Device #2
         Device is a Hard drive
         State                         : Ready
         Supported                     : Yes
         Transfer Speed                : SAS 3.0 Gb/s
         Reported Channel,Device       : 0,4
         Vendor                        : IBM-ESXS
         Model                         : VPBA300C3ETS11 N
         Firmware                      : A496
         Serial number                 : JHWZKP3C
         World-wide name               : 5000CCA00D6FF40B
         Size                          : 286102 MB
         Write Cache                   : Disabled (write-through)
         FRU                           : 43X0817
         PFA                           : No

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Disk Ready, Not Online

Hi James,

From the disk display, it appears that this is a WAE-674 with 3 disks.

I think the disk should be in disk00, disk01 and disk02 - but you have placed the (new) disk in disk04.

I havn't found anywhere that this is supported.

best regards

Finn Poulsen

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