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Disk extension I have a Dell running 2000 server. It has a RAID 5 disk configuration with 5 partitions. All partitions are NTFS except for a small Dell utility partition that is FAT. The rest are a combination of simple dynamic and simple spanned. I have been able to extend the volumes on all except the first simple dynamic which is the boot partition. Like the other volumes, the option is there to extend, however, it offers an error message after the final wizard window indicating the volume could not be extended.Is there any way to extend this volume?

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Try a program like Norton PartitionMagic (which costs about 60 dollars) or the free GParted (which is a live cd. you should download it and burn it to a cd with a program like nero or alcohol120%)

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A disk read error has occurred when booting a Dell PowerEdge 2950. Passes all diagnostics. Will run chkdsk from CD. Raid battery was degraded at last reboot but all disks showed to be fine. Raid 1


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no raid card stated, no array stated, no type of array stated.
One can put 100s of RAID cards in this server.
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i can fix any server, but first need to know what is in the box first
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that would tell me the disk IS BAD.
but if and ARRAY , that means you must run SMART tests
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telling you disk 3 in a RAID 6 is bad, replace it now.

are you running hardware or software raid, or HBA or
fake raid cards, (4 classes there.!)

the base system new has.
4 port SAS 5/i integrated SAS controller (no RAID_
and optional, from DELL , news.
Optional PERC 5/i integrated SAS/SATA daughtercard controller with 256MB cache,
PERC 4e/DC, PERC 5/e adapter

or any of 1000s of other aftermarket cards there.
I run LSI 9361s (with MSM appl loaded)
this card will tell you what disk failed every time no kidding.
so will the PERCs setup correctly
the PERCs and my LSI and my HP raids
all have installed monitors for the RAID ,a program that runs full time all the time, and reports errors , many ways,
did you load that first and use it? seems not.
as no mention of SMART at all.
good luck.
Im not sure the names on DELL , MSM like software.
ah its OSA
never run a PERC lacking this APP. or you can not keep the server on line,.

http://www.dell.com/support/search/us/en/04#q=Dell%20OpenManage%20Server%20Administrator&sort=relevancy&f:langFacet=[en]

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How do I replace a 73Gb disk in a RAID 5 config - DELL PE 4600


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If the drive you want to change is installed in the peripheral bay, you have to turn the machine off before you can pull that drive out. Also: Hot-plug drive installation is not supported for systems without an integrated RAID controller or host adapter expansion card!

Look for more details on how to change a drive here.

If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.

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I get a Blue Screen on my computer and the following: *** STOP: 0x00000024 ( 0x00190203, 0x82D7F008,0xC0000102, 0x00000000 ) What does this indicate is wrong? Is it memory faults or what? This was a sudden...


If you have the original Windows Install disk, you can boot off of that, choose the Recovery Console option, and once you are in the Recovery Console, run "chkdsk /r c:". The error seems to be a file system problem, so running a chkdsk could help or isolate the issue further.

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Valid operating systems fro Power Edge 1800


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Upgrade IBM Xseries 346 Server


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Dell calls PERC Controller.
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Install open manage server administrator on your server.
See which disks are failed ?

Try to run Power edge diagnostics on the failed disk.
If it passes the test reseat the disk.
if it fails disk has to be replaced with a new one.
If passes the quick test, reseat the disk and update disk + perc firmware and driver to the latest level. that will solve the problem!!

99% beeping comes from perc controller because of a failed HDD

cheers

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