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hp storage array p2000 - Rebuild operation didn't start after disk replacement

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HP MSA P2000 G2
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Hello,

Today i had a weird event in my production environment. I have an MSA P2000 G2, that displays a failed disk. When i changed that disk with a new one, following documents in HP website and online forums, everything was ok. But there is no Rebuild operation is currently running. I remember, that we had a similar issue, couple months ago, about two disk, and the operation spent more than 6 hours. But now, everything finished so quickly.

I add, that the new disk, was added as a Dedicated Spare Disk.

I don't know, if you have any comment about it. If this operation is automatic or not, if i can launch it manually or not...

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks and Regards.

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Hi:

 

You may also want to post your question on the HPE Community Support Forum -- Storage Area Networks section...

 

https://community.hpe.com/t5/Storage-Area-Networks-SAN-Small/bd-p/bsc-257#.WRhTBOQ2y9I

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