PERC H700 drive failure
Have a PowerEdge R510 with a PERC H700 / RAID 5. Newspapers showed the road 3 has failed, but turned upward. We have replaced (hot swap) with a new one (from Dell). Server administrator still shows as having failed, but turned upward, the logs show nothing except flashing in car 3 / unblinking the defective drive until it was removed (logs do not show the removal / departure of replacement or regeneration). Is there something we're missing in the H700? Thank you.
Install the latest version of the OMSA and check the State of VD. See the link for download with instructions for installation at the bottom of the page.
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I try to install a r2 Windows Server 2012 to a Poweredge R710 with a Raid Perc H700. 2 HDD in Raid 1, but the HARD drive is not rcognized Italian Installation even if I try to use the 2008 r2 for the Perc Raid driver. They are listed, but if I select one disk HARD are not visible. What should do?
Leave in the Raid Controller, what is the status of the table? In addition, was the raid 1 initialized after being created? If this isn't the case, then, who will have to be done before you try to install.
If you download this and start on the lifecycle controller (F10) and then select deploy BONES, load these files there and proceed with the installation of the OS.
I would like to know how will install it.
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DELL ST3600057SS 600 GB SAS hard drive
Power edge R510 (service tag C3YGW4J
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I have a PowerEdge T410 with a PERC H700, RAID 5 with 3 disks. The controller reported a failed drive so I replaced the week last with a drive of new/refurbished. Now only 1 week later it reported another drive has failed and the drive replaced as predictive failure. Looks suspicious, i.e. I am doubting the controller card.
I think updating the firmware of the controller first, but not sure if I should replace the faulty drive first, i.e. If updating the firmware could cause table failure.
Also, if I install OpenManage on a virtual machine (host is ESXi 4.1), OM sees the controller?
Start on our live image and export logs of the OMSA facility there. http://www.Dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/drivers/DriversDetails?driverId=CWF92&FILEID=3550743303&osCode=WS8R2&ProductCode=PowerEdge-T410&LanguageCode=en&CategoryID=di
Currently, we have 8 x discs 1Tera in our PorwerEdge R510.
-1 RAID 1 for the first 2 discs, which have the operating system (Windows Server 2008)
-1 RAID 5 for the other 6 disks
We strive to upgrade our RAID 5 with new disks of 6 x 3 TB.
The problem is OpenManage pointed out that the discs that we inserted the 2 TB, and the State is "unsupported".
Status Name State Predicted failure Certified Bus protocol Media Capacity Used RAID disk space RAID disk space Hot spare Negotiated speed Speed measure SAS address Status: No reviews Disk physics 1:0:4 Not supported NO. NO. SATA HARD DRIVE 2 047,38 GB 0.00 GB 2 047,38 GB NO. 6,00 Gbps 6,00 Gbps 4433221103000000 Status: No reviews Disk physics 1:0:5 Not supported NO. NO. SATA HARD DRIVE 2 047,38 GB 0.00 GB 2 047,38 GB NO. 6,00 Gbps 6,00 Gbps 4433221102000000 Status: No reviews Disk physics 1:0:6 Not supported NO. NO. SATA HARD DRIVE 2 047,38 GB 0.00 GB 2 047,38 GB NO. 6,00 Gbps 6,00 Gbps 4433221101000000 Status: No reviews Disk physics 1:0:7 Not supported NO. NO. SATA HARD DRIVE 2 047,38 GB 0.00 GB 2 047,38 GB NO. 6,00 Gbps 6,00 Gbps 4433221100000000
The PERC H700 firmware is:
12.0.1 - 0091
Version of the Storport driver
Do you know why this phenomenon occurs? Do we need to do a Firmware Update for the PERC controller? If so, this will delete RAID 1, OS disks?
Thank you in advance for your help!
See you soon.
If you change to UEFI, you will need to reinstall the operating system. UEFI completely changes the way the operating system reads the system hardware, so there is not a way to avoid a reinstallation.
The firmware update will not affect the RAID array.
Nobody knows the biggest SATA drives supported by a PERC H700 in a PowerEdge R710? I read on another post that the H700 will support 3 TB disks. Would like to know whether he would support also 4 TB and disks of 6 TB.
I can see 4 TB SATA HD as supported but not 6 TB. It may be supported but not yet committed.
Can I use off-the-shelf (non-Dell) SATA drives in a PowerEdge R810 server with PERC H700 of RAID controller?
We currently have equipped Dell SAS disks that will remain in their own virtual disk and want to add storage in bulk as a second virtual disk using less expensive SATA drives.
(We have the latest BIOS & firmware all along)
Cot = common on shelf?
It depends on. I would recommend against any consumer/desktop/laptop or NAS drives (like the Red of WD). Use enterprise-class SATA if not certified Dell. As long as your firmware H700 is most recent 7/2010 (?), then the non-certified discs will be allowed, but no player not certified is guaranteed to work.
I hope that something quick and easy...
I installed a PERC H700 completely filled and integrated in a Dell R815 Server bays disc 6 x with 400 GB SAS 6 GB/s SSD drives. I created the virtual disk using the BIOS (Ctrl + R) boot utility, but when creating the data store, it shows that these types of readers Non - SSD.
I'm missing a simple configuration or VIB, or should I just say to the host that it comes to SSD;
I followed the article to identify the device as an SSD;
~ # esxcli storage device base list d naa.6b8ca3a0e79b9500194b56ec78ca4044
Full name: disk space from DELL (naa.6b8ca3a0e79b9500194b56ec78ca4044)
Definable display name: true
Device type: Direct access
Multichannel plugin: NMP
Devfs Path: /vmfs/devices/disks/naa.6b8ca3a0e79b9500194b56ec78ca4044
Model: PERC H700
SCSI level: 5
Is nickname: false
RDM Capable is: false
Is Local: true
Is removable: false
SSD is: true
Is Offline: false
Is perpetually booked: false
Thin Provisioning status: unknown
VAAI status: unsupported
Other UID: vml.02000000006b8ca3a0e79b9500194b56ec78ca4044504552432048
I hope an easy answer, but I have a firmware and driver update for my PERC H700 and ask yourself which must be installed first? Is it still important?
You probably won't have issues updated in any order, but recommended when performing updates is to start furthest from the system BIOS and work your way back. This means that you would update the driver first.
Behind put reason in this way is that if you update something like the BIOS OF THE system firstly something that takes over after the system BIOS is incompatible older revision you backflash THE system BIOS in order to enter the other device/OS to be able to update it. If you update in the correct order you should still be able to perform updates obsolete unit to bring it to a compatible revision.
I have a DELL PowerEdge R710 with a controller RAID PERC H700.
I try to install Windows 2008 Std 64 bit, but I can't find the driver. Even for the site web at support.dell.com. Can someone help me.
THX in advance
Even if you use a driver of 2008, it should at least recognize it, then you must be using the wrong driver or something wrong :)
If you are installing 2008 R2, make sure that you use this file:
If you install 2008 x 64, make sure that you use this file:
With one, you must first unlock the .exe (right click on the .exe, properties, unlock), unzip / extract the files (run it and make a note of the default location), and then copy the 4 files on a CD, USB, etc., then when Windows tells you that he is not all hard disks, click on the link drivers load below to load the drivers from the media you have chosen.
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Need some advice please, a few weeks ago, we bought a Dell R410. This came with a modular 6/ir Perc. However, when we arrived at the installation of drives we noticed that the controller did not recognize disks larger than 2 TB. It's not good because we need to use 2 x 3 and 2 x 500 GB disks in a RAID 1 Configuration.
After Googling autour, I came to the conclusion that the card that it came with the "Perc 6/ir' does not support disks larger than 2 TB.
So, I advanced and bought a new modular a "Dell Perc H700 F2WGY" controller which apparently supports disks more great.
the controller came yesterday so I removed the old Perc 6/ir controller from the slot in the bottom of the map editing and trendy "Dell Perc H700 F2WGY" modular at the same place. : Photo of slot, I inserted H700
H700 card: see picture
PERC 6/ir map: see picture
Anyway, once I inserted the card and started, I was presented with the error; "PCIE training error" system HALT.
Obviously this would not start any further. So I brought the wrong card? im confused at the moment between modular and integrated? the pcie slot is low for integrated only cards?
I then add the new map on the PCIE Top slot. the system then started and he could see the card. However, it found no readers?
What exactly I do bad will this card work at all? or I'm out of luck and need another card?
The problem you are experiencing is due to the model of the H700. Map H700 modular version is actually designed for the blade server Poweredge series. The model that you would need is the H700i which is the version that is integrated, designed to go into the white storage controller slot you are talking about. The references are KK67X and CNXVV. The latest model of the H700 is the H700A which is the adapter, it's the model that is necessary for installation in a PCIe location.
This link explains in detail in the overview H700 - http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/products/pvaul/en/perc-technical-guidebook.pdf
Let me know if it helps.
I have currently a Dell PowerEdge R710 configured with 4 SAS - 2 10 146 k Seagate 2.5 "drives in a Perc h700 integrated Bay RAID-5. I ordered a SAS-2 10 146 k disk Seagate 2.5 "to add to the Bay RAID-5 storage, making it a 5-disc set. What is the best way to add the drive to the RAID-5 array without losing any data? I have OpenManage Server Admin on the server.
OS: Windows Server 2003 R2 32 BIT
You can use OMSA... go in storage, PERC, virtual disks and select Reconfigure in the drop-down list of tasks available for your RAID 5. This will add the disk to your RAID 5, then you will need to adjust the partitions in Windows once it is completed.
I am upgrading a PowerEdge T310 for a client that was originally shipped with a single HARD drive and no RAID controller (only one hard drive is connected to the mobo).
I bought a Controller PERC H700 and the cable X394K and hung. It doesn't seem like something to connect readers to food, with the exception of a connector 12 pin labeld "P3A. But the server doesn't have a connector anywhere so that I can connect only. The only thing available is a connector 8 pins on the socket.
Is there an adapter cable to go from the 8 to 12 pins pins? Or do I need something else than the X394K cable, which provides the SATA data connector and power in a single molded unit?
The cable you have (X394K) is not designed for a T310. T310 cable with the right connector is Y690K.
I have an older R310 which does NOT support the hot-swappable drives and I'm looking to add a raid card Perc H700. A few quick searches show only cables for installation bottom of basket.
So I'm not the guy of material more experienced so there cables that go from the H700 to readers SAS?
It should be X394K part number. The description is HARD drive cable. PERC H200/H700 HDD card
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