Parts can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Use proper anti- static protection. © Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Have a copy of the product user guide available for reference. You First edition: May 2011 can download a copy of the user guide from the product support page on the HP website.
If the system is redundant, continue with Verifying component failure. If the system is not redundant, information is displayed indicating the cause of the lack of redundancy. See the HP P6000 Command View online help to interpret the information that is displayed. In this situation, work with your HP call center agent to determine how to proceed.
Check the disk Node World Wide Name against the error message UUID information recorded earlier to ensure you have selected the correct disk (Figure 1. Locate/Fault 2. Status Figure 6 FC disk status indicators Figure 8 Checking Node World Wide Name Check the disk operational state.
For an impending failure, you must ungroup the disk before you remove it: Removing a disk drive Determine the status of the disk drive from the hot-plug disk drive NOTE: LEDs. You should only ungroup one disk at a time. Before you ungroup a disk, verify that leveling is not in Back up all data on the disk drive.
the firmware version against the supported disk firmware in the HP P6000 Enterprise Virtual Array Disk Drive Firmware Support Installing a disk drive document, which is available at the following website: http://www.hp.com/support/manuals Insert the disk drive into the drive bay (1, Figure 12) until it clicks, Click Disk Storage Systems under Storage, and then select the...