Permanently degraded on SAS 6/IR RAID.

Hello

How do you update a table of 'Gradients permanently' to 'Feeling better' or 'online' on a Poweredge R310 with a SAS6/IR controller?  Is - this automatic?

Here's the context:

I got a Poweredge 310 with SAS 6/IR disconnect this morning.  The system would not start (no bootable device found, press F1 to retry).  Controller SAS reported the painting as "permanently degraded.  Disk0 has been disconnected.  Disk1 was online, no failure doesn't predict.  I removed Disk0 and moved Disk1 to slot0. Rebooted the system and it boots into Windows.  I put a new disc in slot1 and waited.  Nothing happened.  I went in OpenManage and the disk0 was listed as "Online, predicts no failure" disk1 is "ready".  I changed disk1 on a world relief and it began to rebuild.

Here is a summary of Windows journal.  To be clear, no one was present at the shop during this time:

22:02:25 - SAS reports link lost on PHY0, virtual disk, degraded, peripheral physical disk removed 0:0:0

22:02:27 - device physics and then reinserted, reconstruction started

23:56:57 - link lost on PHY0

23:57:12 - link restored PHY0

01:46:34 unexpected sense device 0:0:1

01:46:40 error fatal drive of support during the reconstruction.  Disk 0:0:1

01:46:46 error fatal drive of support during the reconstruction. Disk 0:0:0

01:49:50 - Bad block table is 80% full.  Disk 0:0:0 and 0:0:1

01:50:05 - Bad block table is full.  Physical disk 0:0:0 and 0:0:1

01:50:07 - Device 0:0:0 failed.

02:23:03 - \Device\Harddisk0\DR0 has a bad block

03:54:53 - last entry.  Unexpected support peripheral sense 0:0:1.

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Disk 0 is bad and must be replaced, and writing 1 disk experienced failures, causing loss of data.  Because the RAID controller cannot handle missing data, he scored the table as permanently damaged, because no matter what happens, he will never be able to rebuild a drive to remake the table in good health, because he knows that he lacks certain amount of data.  Unfortunately, the table must be deleted and recreated with healthy discs and then restored from a backup.

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