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Re: Question about HotPlug and cciss hp storage

Hello Frank,

Fist of all, thank you for your fast answer.

I use Soft Raid... and not Hard. So the disk array present me all the disks without any RAID or control.
So if i want to remove a HDD, i have to set it faulty and logical remove from mdadm before hard remove HDD physically.

And when i want add the new one... my system doesn't detect it... So i need a little voodoo solution to "force" Debian see the HDD :)


Le 17 février 2012 11:46, Frank <frank@dead-link.org> a écrit :
If you use the onboard controller there is no need to do some software voodoo. Just replace a faulty drive by a new one. The rebuild starts automatically.

Your device is /dev/cciss/c0d0


Am 17.02.2012 um 11:35 schrieb Julien Groselle <julien.groselle@gmail.com>:

> Hi,
> After peel the web to find any information about how to add / remove hard drive on Debian.
> My Hardware is HP  ProLiant DL380 G7, with HP Smart Array P410i Controller version 3.50.
> I had preferred soft RAID solution with mdadm. But the only bad point for me is the Hot Plug.
> Could some one help me to add / remove hard drive disk from my server ?
> I have tested many solution with "rescan", and i think the solution is not so far...
> I'm sure that at least one Debian user use this hardware and want use hot plug.
> If not, I'm listening for any information about hot plug on any hardware.
> Have all a good day.
> JG.

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