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FAQ-Is it a normal phenomenon that the link status of some disks mounted to the AIX operating system becomes Failed after optical fibers are removed and reinserted

Publication Date:  2015-07-24 Views:  458 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Is it a normal phenomenon that the link status of some disks mounted to the AIX operating system becomes Failed after optical fibers are removed and reinserted?

Solution
Yes, it is a normal phenomenon. After optical fibers are removed and reinserted, no I/O request is sent to these disks, so their link status is Failed. Once I/O requests are sent to these disk, their link status automatically changes to Enabled.

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