Lun Offline Clariion CX4-120

Снежок

Почетный гость
Добрый день, коллеги. Столкнулся со следующей ситуацией, имеется Clariion CX4-120. В один прекрасный день несколько дисков вышло из строя. В результате Lun перешли в состояние Offline , удалить их не получается. В статусе LUN пишет "An error occurred while accessing the Storage Pool. Please resolve any hardware problems and retry the operation. (0x712D8514)" Скриншоты прилагаю. Каких то важных данных на СХД нет, вопрос в следующем как всё поудалять и далее из оставшихся дисков собрать что то рабочее.



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UEF

Модератор
Команда форума
может через navicli или naviseccli

naviseccli lun -destroy -l 0

вот здесь какие то похожие мучения были
 

Serg

Случайный прохожий
А есть что-то на вкладках storage pool или raid group (помоему там есть что то такое)
 

Снежок

Почетный гость
При попытке удалить эти LUN (1,2,3,5 любой) , пишет что всё успешно, но после обновления окна они фактически остаются на месте.
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Fedor

Участник

1. Remove LUNs from Storage Group​

Next, login to Navisphere, Navigate to “Storage Groups”, select the storage group where the LUN that you are planning to delete is mounted -> Right mouse-click and select properties -> Click on the “LUN” tab, which will display the following window:

From the “Selected LUNs” section, select the LUNs that you want to delete, and click on “Remove”. Please note that this will only remove the LUNs from this storage group. This really doesn’t delete the LUNs. In this example, we are planning to delete LUN 27, 28 and 29 (and also destroy the RAID group to which they belong to).

So, select these LUNs and click on Remove. This will give a warning message “This operation will remove LUN(s) from the storage group”. Click on “Yes” to continue.

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2. Unbind LUN from RAID Group​

Next, we have to remove LUN (which is also called as Unbind LUN) from the RAID Group. Navigate to the RAID Group that contains the LUN that you want to delete. In the following example, I want to delete LUN 27, which is on RAID Group 27.


So, from Navisphere, navigate to “RAID Groups” -> “RAID Group 27” -> Expand this -> Select “LUN 27” -> Right mouse-click -> and select “Unbind LUN” as shown below. This will also give a warning message “You are about to unbind the following LUNs: LUN 27. This will destroy all data stored on these LUNs!”.

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Just like the warning message says, once you Unbind your LUNs, all the data stored in those LUNs are gone forever. So, be careful with this operation, and don’t do it on a wrong LUN.

3. Delete RAID Group​

Once the LUN is deleted from the RAID Group, now it is time to delete the RAID Group (Which is also called as Destroy RAID Group). Navigate to the RAID Group that you want to delete. In the following example, since we deleted the LUN 27 as shown above, we now want to destroy the RAID Group 27 (which had the LUN 27 that we just deleted).

So, from Navisphere, navigate to “RAID Groups” -> select “RAID Group 27” -> Right mouse-click -> and select “Destroy” as shown below. Please note that this doesn’t have the “LUN 27” anymore under this RAID Group.

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Note: If you try to delete a RAID Group that contains LUNs, it won’t let you perform this task. It will display this error message: “RAID Group 27 – Cannot destroy a RAID Group with bound LUNs”.
 

Снежок

Почетный гость

1. Remove LUNs from Storage Group​

Next, login to Navisphere, Navigate to “Storage Groups”, select the storage group where the LUN that you are planning to delete is mounted -> Right mouse-click and select properties -> Click on the “LUN” tab, which will display the following window:

From the “Selected LUNs” section, select the LUNs that you want to delete, and click on “Remove”. Please note that this will only remove the LUNs from this storage group. This really doesn’t delete the LUNs. In this example, we are planning to delete LUN 27, 28 and 29 (and also destroy the RAID group to which they belong to).

So, select these LUNs and click on Remove. This will give a warning message “This operation will remove LUN(s) from the storage group”. Click on “Yes” to continue.

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2. Unbind LUN from RAID Group​

Next, we have to remove LUN (which is also called as Unbind LUN) from the RAID Group. Navigate to the RAID Group that contains the LUN that you want to delete. In the following example, I want to delete LUN 27, which is on RAID Group 27.


So, from Navisphere, navigate to “RAID Groups” -> “RAID Group 27” -> Expand this -> Select “LUN 27” -> Right mouse-click -> and select “Unbind LUN” as shown below. This will also give a warning message “You are about to unbind the following LUNs: LUN 27. This will destroy all data stored on these LUNs!”.

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Just like the warning message says, once you Unbind your LUNs, all the data stored in those LUNs are gone forever. So, be careful with this operation, and don’t do it on a wrong LUN.

3. Delete RAID Group​

Once the LUN is deleted from the RAID Group, now it is time to delete the RAID Group (Which is also called as Destroy RAID Group). Navigate to the RAID Group that you want to delete. In the following example, since we deleted the LUN 27 as shown above, we now want to destroy the RAID Group 27 (which had the LUN 27 that we just deleted).

So, from Navisphere, navigate to “RAID Groups” -> select “RAID Group 27” -> Right mouse-click -> and select “Destroy” as shown below. Please note that this doesn’t have the “LUN 27” anymore under this RAID Group.

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Note: If you try to delete a RAID Group that contains LUNs, it won’t let you perform this task. It will display this error message: “RAID Group 27 – Cannot destroy a RAID Group with bound LUNs”.
Я подключаюсь через Unisphere VNX Client , возможно у меня какая то другая версия, но выглядит всё иначе таких пунктов нет, подскажите где можно скачать такую как на ваших скринах, попробую с её помощью
 
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