Help! ES1640DC v2 replaced disk not rebuilding

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Help! ES1640DC v2 replaced disk not rebuilding

Post by radcardnel » Sun Jun 23, 2019 11:28 pm

Hello all,
I just replaced a suspect HGST 8TB SAS drive with an identical drive (erased partitions prior to installation). Waited several minutes to make sure the rebuild started but it never started. Initialized the drive, same result. Running QES v2.0.0.0769 RAID 10. Drive shows "good" (stress tested for 60 hours beforehand). Drive status is light green "ready" in the GUI. I've replaced another drive before and it was painless but not this time. What do I need to do to kick off the rebuild? Thanks!

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Re: Help! ES1640DC v2 replaced disk not rebuilding

Post by storageman » Mon Jun 24, 2019 10:36 pm

Read the manual!

Green=Raw - not initialized.
Purple=Ready - the disk is not in use (all purple drives are considered spares)

Also, why not on 2.1?

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Re: Help! ES1640DC v2 replaced disk not rebuilding

Post by radcardnel » Tue Jun 25, 2019 2:13 am

I did read the manual but I didn't see anything on how to resolve this issue. I plan on updating to v2.1 after the rebuild. In v2.0 light green indicates "ready" for disk 5 (see attachment).
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Re: Help! ES1640DC v2 replaced disk not rebuilding

Post by storageman » Tue Jun 25, 2019 4:58 pm

Haha, looks like colour change between 2 and 2.1!

So it's now in a degraded state and won't start a rebuild?
You want to kick start the rebuild without restart of unit?

Is the replaced disk size the same or bigger than the original disks? Different manufacturers do not have the same MBs.

You're probably best raising a ticket.


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