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Huawei V2 and V3 Server RAID Controller Card User Guide 36

This document describes the appearances and features of the redundant array of independent disks (RAID) controller cards, how to configure properties for the RAID controller cards, and how to install drivers. The RAID controller cards include the LSI SAS2208, LSI SAS2308, LSI SAS3008, LSI SAS3108, LSI SoftRAID, PM8060, and PM8068.
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Checking Virtual or Physical Drive Status

Checking Virtual or Physical Drive Status

Switch between physical and logical views, which allow you to check physical and virtual drive information respectively. By default, Physical View is displayed in the left pane and the logical view is displayed in the right pane.

  • After you click Physical View, Logical View will be displayed in the left pane and the physical view will be displayed in the right pane.
  • After you click Logical View, Physical View will be displayed in the left pane and the logical view will be displayed in the right pane.

Checking Virtual Drive Status

  1. Access the Configuration Utility main screen. For details, see Logging In to the Configuration Utility.
  2. On the left of the Configuration Utility main screen, select Logical View.

    Existing RAID arrays are displayed, as shown in Figure 4-165, Table 4-47 describes the parameters on this screen.

    Figure 4-165 Logical View
    Table 4-47 Logical view description

    Type

    Display Format

    Operation

    Drive Group

    Drive Group xx,RAID level

    Click Drive Group.

    The screen shown in 5.8.9.1 is displayed.

    Virtual Drives

    Virtual Drives xxx

    Click a RAID array under Virtual Drives.

    The screen shown in 5.8.9.2 is displayed.

    Drives

    Backplane Slot:Hard drive slot number,Hard drive type,HDDxxx,Capacity size,Hard drive status

    Click a hard drive under Drives.

    The screen shown in 5.8.9.3 is displayed.

    Global Hot Spares

    Backplane Slot:Hard drive slot number,Hard drive type,HDDxxx,Capacity size,Hard drive status

    Click a hard drive under Global Hot Spares.

    The screen shown in 5.8.9.4 is displayed.

    Dedicated Hot Spares

    Backplane Slot:Hard drive slot number,Hard drive type,HDDxxx,Capacity size,Hard drive status

    Click a hard drive under Dedicated Hot Spares.

    The screen shown in 5.8.9.4 is displayed.

    Unconfigured Drives

    Backplane Slot:Hard drive slot number,Hard drive type,HDDxxx,Capacity size,Hard drive status

    Click a hard drive under Unconfigured Drives.

    The screen shown in 5.8.9.5 is displayed.

Checking Physical Drive Status

  1. Access the Configuration Utility main screen. For details, see Logging In to the Configuration Utility.
  2. On the left of the Configuration Utility main screen, select Physical View.

    The physical hard drives on the server are displayed, as shown in Figure 4-166, Table 4-48 describes the parameters on this screen.

    Figure 4-166 Physical View

    Under Backplane, the hard drives are displayed in the Slot:Hard drive slot number,Hard drive type,HDDxxx,Capacity size,Hard drive status format.

    Table 4-48 Physical View

    Hard Drive Status

    Description

    Operation

    Online

    The hard drive has already been added to a RAID array.

    Click a hard drive in the Online state.

    The screen shown in Drive Group is displayed.

    Global Hot Spare

    The hard drive is a global hot spare drive.

    Click a hard drive in the Global/Dedicated Hot Spare state.

    The screen shown in Global/Dedicated Hot Spares is displayed.

    Dedicated Hot Spare

    The hard drive is a dedicated hot spare drive.

    Unconfigured Good

    The hard drive is an idle hard drive. It has not been added to any RAID array nor configured as a hot spare drive.

    Click a hard drive in the Unconfigured Good state.

    The screen shown in Unconfigured Drives is displayed.

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