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1 logical drive offline 4 online drive defunct

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SOURCE: ServerRAID-6i Logical drv =1, Others=0

HI, It appears you may have a failed "physical" drive in your Raid set on the server. The system will run fine with one failed drive, but it is recommended to have the drive replaced by it's vendor, or vendor representative. If the 2nd drive in your raid set fails. You will loose your logical drive and all your data on this drive.
You may wish to confirm you have successful, recent backups, just in case another disk fails before your failed drive has been replaced.

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