SAS/6IR - Array new PermDegraded after replacement - apply Sync?

Hello!
I changed a hard drive failing to another. SAS/6IR controller started synchronization but failed again now ("PermDegraded"). How is it possible to apply a re-sync on this new hard drive?
Best regards, Jens

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Jmeyerdo,

If you do not already have a backup, you should probably get a fact. A table showing that PermDegraded is where the volume is permanently degraded. This state indicates that the snap on the primary member threshold has been reached while no secondary was available for correction. The data on the volume can be accessed, but the volume can be returned to the optimal state. If you must back up and then remove the volume and reformat the drive. After that, you can install the operating system and restore the data.

Let me know if this helps answer your question.

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