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comment Read SMART status on Windows Server 2008 R2
2 disks in RAID-1 for OS, other 10 disks are placed as separated drives - 10 RAID-0 volumes
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comment Configure RAID for IBM X3630 X3
Could you please answer this question too?
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comment Configure RAID for IBM X3630 X3
Thank you very much! You saved me a lot of time
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comment Large disk queue length
Thank you for your help. Is there another way to force parity initialization? The server is at hosting center so I can't access it physically. I can though ask hosting admins to do it but if there is another way I would preffer to use it
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comment Large disk queue length
This was initially set to 25% read/75% write. After I noticed that disk queue is read disk queue I changed it to 100% read. I set it back to 25/75. Do you know what Initialization Failed in Parity Initialization Status mean? (this screen: i.imgur.com/SdIsO.jpg). Maybe I should rebuild the parity?
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comment Large disk queue length
I've just noticed this line: Parity Initialization Status: Initialization Failed , what does this mean?
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comment Large disk queue length
Yes, seems like the accelerator is enabled (added pictures to the post)
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comment Large disk queue length
I've updated the post: 1) This is a read queue, I added a separate read queue counter and it matched with overall queue length. Write queue is empty. 2) Avg. disk queue varies from 0 to several hundreds, average value is about 100-200. I'm not sure but I feel this counter acts like there is no controller cache at all. 3) There is 10 disks in RAID-5
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