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How can we confirm that, the disk has failed in Solaris?

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How can we confirm that, the disk has failed in Solaris?

Hi All,

Seems to be one of the disk has failed on my Solaris server.

How do i confirm that disk has really failed or not?

Here are alert details.

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Code:
iostat -En out/put

c1t3d0          Soft Errors: 1884 Hard Errors: 153 Transport Errors: 54
Vendor: FUJITSU  Product: MAW3073NCSUN72G  Revision: 1703 Serial No: 0618B0DR30
Size: 73.40GB <73400057856 bytes>
Media Error: 144 Device Not Ready: 0 No Device: 9 Recoverable: 1884
Illegal Request: 0 Predictive Failure Analysis: 9


dmesg o/p


Jul 17 21:42:40 fiesnolsp03 md_stripe: [ID 641072 kern.warning] WARNING: md: d41: read error on /dev/dsk/c1t3d0s3
Jul 17 21:42:40 fiesnolsp03 md_mirror: [ID 104909 kern.warning] WARNING: md: d41: /dev/dsk/c1t3d0s3 needs maintenance


metastat o/p



Code:
# metastat
d4: Mirror
    Submirror 0: d40
      State: Okay
    Submirror 1: d41
      State: Needs maintenance
    Pass: 1
    Read option: roundrobin (default)
    Write option: parallel (default)
    Size: 142606464 blocks (68 GB)

d40: Submirror of d4
    State: Okay
    Size: 142606464 blocks (68 GB)
    Stripe 0:
        Device     Start Block  Dbase        State Reloc Hot Spare
        c1t2d0s3          0     No            Okay   Yes


d41: Submirror of d4
    State: Needs maintenance
    Invoke: metareplace d4 c1t3d0s3 <new device>
    Size: 142606464 blocks (68 GB)
    Stripe 0:
        Device     Start Block  Dbase        State Reloc Hot Spare
        c1t3d0s3          0     No     Maintenance   Yes


d1: Mirror
    Submirror 0: d20
      State: Okay
    Submirror 1: d21
      State: Okay
    Pass: 1
    Read option: roundrobin (default)
    Write option: parallel (default)
    Size: 51205632 blocks (24 GB)

d20: Submirror of d1
    State: Okay
    Size: 51205632 blocks (24 GB)
    Stripe 0:
        Device     Start Block  Dbase        State Reloc Hot Spare
        c1t0d0s1          0     No            Okay   Yes


d21: Submirror of d1
    State: Okay
    Size: 51205632 blocks (24 GB)
    Stripe 0:
        Device     Start Block  Dbase        State Reloc Hot Spare
        c1t1d0s1          0     No            Okay   Yes


d0: Mirror
    Submirror 0: d10
      State: Okay
    Submirror 1: d11
      State: Okay
    Pass: 1
    Read option: roundrobin (default)
    Write option: parallel (default)
    Size: 91950336 blocks (43 GB)

d10: Submirror of d0
    State: Okay
    Size: 91950336 blocks (43 GB)
    Stripe 0:
        Device     Start Block  Dbase        State Reloc Hot Spare
        c1t0d0s0          0     No            Okay   Yes


d11: Submirror of d0
    State: Okay
    Size: 91950336 blocks (43 GB)
    Stripe 0:
        Device     Start Block  Dbase        State Reloc Hot Spare
        c1t1d0s0          0     No            Okay   Yes


Device Relocation Information:
Device   Reloc  Device ID
c1t3d0   Yes    id1,sd@SFUJITSU_MAW3073NCSUN72G_000618B0DR30____DAN0P650DR30
c1t2d0   Yes    id1,sd@SFUJITSU_MAW3073NCSUN72G_000618B0DS30____DAN0P650DS30
c1t1d0   Yes    id1,sd@SFUJITSU_MAW3073NCSUN72G_000617B0DJBG____DAN0P640DJBG
c1t0d0   Yes    id1,sd@SFUJITSU_MAW3073NCSUN72G_000617B0DJBT____DAN0P640DJBT
#





Code:
# format
Searching for disks...done


AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS:
       0. c1t0d0 <SUN72G cyl 14087 alt 2 hd 24 sec 424>
          /pci@1f,700000/scsi@2/sd@0,0
       1. c1t1d0 <SUN72G cyl 14087 alt 2 hd 24 sec 424>
          /pci@1f,700000/scsi@2/sd@1,0
       2. c1t2d0 <SUN72G cyl 14087 alt 2 hd 24 sec 424>
          /pci@1f,700000/scsi@2/sd@2,0
       3. c1t3d0 <SUN72G cyl 14087 alt 2 hd 24 sec 424>
          /pci@1f,700000/scsi@2/sd@3,0
Specify disk (enter its number):

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Please help me on this case. Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Naresh

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Does the drive leave you disappointed in its performance? Are you constantly trying to hide your drive from your friends because you are embarrassed to be seen with it? Do you go to sleep every night crying because of the empty feeling your drive leaves you inside? If so then yes, your drive has failed you.

Also, according to the errors that drive really is failing so go replace it. We'll all feel better.
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hi,
i dont think its good to make quick conclusion.
of course its terrible that you have hard errors, but anyway try first
repair deice in SVM, i mean force it for resync to the same device.
metareplace -e dx cxtxdxsx .. see man metareplace.
if it doesnt help try to repair, analyze at least in #format tool of solaris.

Good luck.
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