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IBM ServeRaid 7k onboard not responding error no=2300

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It is on the Restore disk under NFRD960.INF

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http://www-947.ibm.com/systems/support/supportsite.wss/docdisplay?lndocid=MIGR-55041&brandind=5000008

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SOURCE: IBM Serveraid 7K onboard not responding properly

Have you updated the raid controller firmware? 7.12.13 is the latest, search ibm.com for migr-62540

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I found the same problem with you and found the solution. Open your server casing and try to locate a battery attached to RAID memory. On my case the battery swollen and make the card bent. For the more detail i wrote on http://hubpages.com/hub/IBM-error-code-2807

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SOURCE: ServeRAID-7k Controller SCSI Controller error

Hi dude,
i already answer the same problem as yours, on my case it's because swollen battery push the RAID memory and make it bent, so the contact point become loose, if you want more detail see on:
http://hubpages.com/hub/IBM-error-code-2807

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

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2807


Ooh, ooh, I know this one. Is it an x346?

Did you also get "error 2807-01 Controller Onboard detected an internal error error 2200
CPPRHTS1&1 FAIL DATA: 035-253-001-20100309-58-RAID"?

Get a 71P8644. I've had two servers fail identically as above. Solid fixes.

Or use a Search Engine if your server/symptom differ.

Jul 14, 2011 | IBM ServeRAID-7k Controller (71p8642) SCSI...

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ServeRAID-7k Controller SCSI Controller error code 2807


Hi dude,
i already answer the same problem as yours, on my case it's because swollen battery push the RAID memory and make it bent, so the contact point become loose, if you want more detail see on:
http://hubpages.com/hub/IBM-error-code-2807

Apr 05, 2011 | IBM ServeRAID-7k Controller (71p8642) SCSI...

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I have a problem with onboard ServerRAID-7K controller. Status is not responding properly - Error code is 2807 pls sugesst.


I found the same problem with you and found the solution. Open your server casing and try to locate a battery attached to RAID memory. On my case the battery swollen and make the card bent. For the more detail i wrote on http://hubpages.com/hub/IBM-error-code-2807

Jan 27, 2011 | IBM ServeRAID-7k Controller (71p8642) SCSI...

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I have IBM eServer with ServeRaid-7K on board controller and have 3 SCSI 73GB hard drives configured in RAID-5 array. Hard Drives are running critically low on space and I bought 3 300GB scsi Ultra320 hard...


First, buy an external storage device, at least 80GB (although it's currently difficult to find any _smaller_ size!) and make a file-by-file, folder-by-folder, backup of your 73GB of "data".

Second, buy another external storage device, and do a Google-search for "drive image freeware".
Pick one of those applications, and do a "image" backup to this second external storage device.

Third, disconnect the 3 "old" drives, carefully label them, and set them aside.

Fourth, connect the 3 "new" drives, delete the old RAID-5 array definition,
and create a new RAID-5 array definition.

Fifth, do an "image restore" from the second external storage device to the new array.

If you have any problems, all you need to do to "back-out" is to:
* disconnect the "new" drives
* reconnect the "old" drives
* delete the "new" array definition
* redefine the "old" array definition

and you're back to the "old" configuration.

Dec 07, 2010 | IBM ServeRAID-7k Controller (71p8642) SCSI...

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IBM Serveraid 7K onboard not responding properly error code 2807


Have you updated the raid controller firmware? 7.12.13 is the latest, search ibm.com for migr-62540

Aug 06, 2010 | IBM ServeRAID-7k Controller (71p8642) SCSI...

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"how to change write through to write back in 7k" Problem Now!


You need to use download, boot from and use the ServeRAID Support CD and the RAID controller tools on that disc. You cannot modify RAID controller features on the 7k while it is operational and/or in use.
See ServeRAID support page at http://www-947.ibm.com/systems/support/supportsite.wss/docdisplay?brandind=5000008&lndocid=MIGR-62462

Feb 11, 2010 | IBM xSeries 346 Server

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