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I/O Error

Filesystem /u01 indicates I/O error when accessed. After doing some research I ran iostat -eE command with the following noticeable error:

sd1 Soft Errors: 66 Hard Errors: 24 Transport Errors: 24
Vendor: FUJITSU Product: MAN3367M SUN36G Revision: 1502 Serial No: 00X59717
Size: 36.42GB <36418595328 bytes>
Media Error: 21 Device Not Ready: 0 No Device: 3 Recoverable: 66
Illegal Request: 0 Predictive Failure Analysis: 0


Am I reading this correctly as a hardware error? Is there a way to relate this information to the raw device c0t1d0s7 that /u01 is mount to? I was thinking about umount the device and mounting it again? Am I on the right track?

Thanks for your help.
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I umount the filesystem, tried running fsck to get I/O error. I'm going to suggest to the guy onsite to login to the terminal to to check the RAID manager.
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Are there any other logical drives on this controller? Are you seeing any errors on them? If not then I kinda doubt it's a hardware issue.
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It looks like the drive is cooked up , if the disk is under veritas controll then take it out of Veritas , try and run read/write under fornmat , see if this hepls , but looking at the output from iostat it looks likrethe disk will have to be replaced.
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