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I have recovered the situation using a hack or workaround which I have used before on softraids and some hardraids I loved the NetRAIDs utils though did not want to risk trying it here – but it worked. System went up as if it never had crashed. Upon termination, you will immediately destroy the Software or return all copies of the Software to Intel. The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. If you have no familiarity with these commands, ask an experienced tech for help.
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I cloned the good RAID1 drive using ddrescue to the new empty drive and xata the clone the drive is naturally seen by the controller as an identical drive to the source one and it sees it as in a failed RAID1 volume and will fail to boot. At the moment, the only way out I see is to get the second disk cloned completely with the RAID’s metadata of the first and edit saga data with an editor to fix the failed flags adding the correct disk ID – not an easy task without knowing exactly what bytes to modify and correct checksum.
One of the disks failed and surprisingly the whole system went down in flames kernel stuck in an endless loop recurring write operation.
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Do this at your own risk. However as it is empty it will fail to boot of course. I see this as a last resort hack to bypass this major problem.
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I do not accept the terms in the license agreement. You may reproduce and distribute the Software only as an integral part of or incorporated in Your product or as a standalone Software maintenance update for existing end users of Your products, excluding any other ich7g products, subject to these conditions: My client had a twin configuration with 2 of these identical servers in a CCM cluster, hence no downtime or data loss ever experienced.
GRUB was installed on both disks: Now my question is: This in turn makes the kernel panic as it cannot mount the root partition not being able to detect it without this driver as the kernel is compiled this way.
Title to all copies of the Software remains with Intel or its suppliers. INT 13 is an interupt call, it doesn’t get installed on anything. I have used softraid setups before reluctantly as they are pretty unstable and the rebuild of the degraded volume starts AFTER the system has rebooted usually through intel’s storage matrix data or automatically based on the version.