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Old 10-31-2016, 02:15 PM   #1
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Hey I am not sure if this is where to post this but I cannot find the answer anywhere.

I have a SparcT5240 with four drives which make two raid 1 environments. One of my drives failed and I replaced it as I have done in the past but the raid did not rebuild. I found out the replacement drive was also bad. I now have another drive that is fine but the raid will not rebuild.

Raid environment looks like this currently.

Controller: 1
Volume:c1t0d0
Volume:c1t2d0

bash-3.2# raidctl -l c1t0d0
Volume Size Stripe Status Cache RAID
Sub Size Level
Disk
----------------------------------------------------------------
c1t0d0 136.6G N/A OPTIMAL OFF RAID1
0.0.0 136.6G GOOD
0.1.0 136.6G GOOD

&
bash-3.2# raidctl -l c1t2d0
Volume Size Stripe Status Cache RAID
Sub Size Level
Disk
----------------------------------------------------------------
c1t2d0 0.904 0K INACTIVE OFF N/A

I cannot get c1t2d0 to become active even though the machine can see the new drive. Any help would be appreciated.
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