Failed Boot Mirror HDD Replacement Instructions
- From NMV:
- Settings > Disks
- Click blink on the far right for the faulted LUN
- Ignore the warning, it will not cause issues
- In this example, we will use c3t1d0
- This will do a DD read blink on the drive.
- From NMC:
- # setup volume syspool offline-lun
- # c3t1d0s0
- Remove the faulted disk and insert the new disk and wait a minute, then do:
- Once the scan completes:
- # setup volume syspool online-lun
- # c3t1d0s0
- If applicable, clear the errors on the drive:
- # setup volume syspool clear-errors
- This should start the resilvering process. You can check progress with a:
- Once the disk is resilvered install grub:
- # option expert_mode=1
- # !bash
- # y
- # installgrub /boot/grub/stage1 /boot/grub/stage2 /dev/rdsk/c3t1d0s0
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