Question about Dell PowerEdge T610 Server (bqdwe2k1
Sounds like you have a RAID. Take a look at the RAID management software and see if the RAID is degraded. If it is degraded you probably have a bad drive on your hands. Replace the drive and the RAID should rebuild. If it is not degraded. I would turn the server off for a sec remove all the drives and blow out the RAID carriage. I tend to do this anyway on our servers every quarter to keep the system clean and cool.
Hopefully this helps.
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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