Question about Dell PowerEdge 1600SC Server
Two amoung its hard disc are out of order , even if you pull out those two, the remaining hard disc in place server continue to beep . Please help me to solve this prolem. Thank you.
Check the PowerEdge Raid Controller for parity problems. Sounds like the status on the physical volumes participating in a RAID array has been degraded.
Loud beeping from a drive is usually an indication that an invalid drive array member has resulted in a degraded logical volume.
If you were counting correctly, you had at least three drives - most likely participating in a RAID-5 setup. The array might have been rebuilt with one bad drive. But it sounds like you've got two corrupt physical volumes in the array. And that's not good.
Hope you've got a backup!
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