When a Client Backup starts on my 2012 Server Essentials, it fails and I receive the following error in my System log:
Logical drive 1 of array controller B120i [Embedded] returned a fatal error during a read/write request from/to the volume. Logical block address 3573083600, block count 248 and command 32 were taken from the failed logical I/O request. Array controller B120i [Embedded] is also reporting that the last physical drive to report a fatal error condition (associated with this logical request), is located in bay 0 of box 0 connected to port ??.
The message is cryptic as it doesn't seem to know which physical drive the problem is on.
A disk did recently fail in my RAID 1 setup(Two 2TB Disks), but I replaced it and it rebuilt absolutely fine.
Every diagnostic I have run on the disk come back fine. I have used "HP Smart Array Configuration Utility", "HP Array Diagnostics and SmartSSD Wear Gauge Utility", and the "HP Insight Diagnostics Utility", all of them report both drives as being healthy. Yet windows still reports bad blocks when trying to run a Client Backup.
Is there anything else I can do resolve this issue(or at least tracking down where the issue is)?