One of our servers has died recently. So I've took those disks from it and installed them all to the new server running Windows Server 2008. Along with disks I've moved two simple two-port controllers on a Silicon Image SiI 3132 chip.
So here is a problem. There was two software Windows-driven RAID5 arrays. After reinstallation those disks plugged in thought controllers are shown offline or foreign in diskpart utility. I could not import them because they are reported somehow as readonly. If, after all, I clear readonly flag from those disks and import them, diskpart reports that array is OK and resyncing. And then, soon or late, I'm getting BSOD of some random error (it was disk manager only once) and Windows won't boot.
I've returned to last known configuration several times and tried to trace an error, but I could not. Any thoughts besides hardware fault in controller, guys?
PS. Here is system log entries IMHO related:
- An online volume in an online pack has no name. This is incorrect. Error code: 1@020A000F
- VDS received bad data from a provider. Error code: 1@020A0005
- The previous system shutdown at 2:20:16 AM on 5/28/2009 was unexpected.
- The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x0000003b (0x00000000c0000005, 0xfffff80001edc125, 0xfffff88004410000, 0x0000000000000000). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 052809-25209-01.