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Why Does My RAID Controller Continue to Beep After the Rebuild is Complete?

After a degraded array completes a rebuild, the beeping continues but with longer intervals than when degraded.

The beeping is due to newer firmware that recognizes when a hot spare replaces a failed drive. The controller is expecting a copy back procedure to put the disk/slot order back to the original configuration.

To perform a copy back:

  • After the rebuild completes, insert a new drive into slot one. Beeping frequency changes, but continues because a hot spare does not yet exist.
  • Make the disk in slot one the hot spare. The beeping stops, and the prompts to perform a copy back procedure begin. The data is copied from the disk in slot ten to the disk in slot one, and the disk in slot ten becomes the hot spare drive.

You can also stop the beeping by recreating the hot spare, and choose whether or not to do the copy back procedure.

This applies to:

Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS25AB080
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS25DB080
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS25FB044
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS25GB008
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS25NB008
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS25SB008
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS2BL040
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS2BL080
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS2MB044
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS2PI008
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS2SG244
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS2VB040
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS2VB080
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS2WG160
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS3DC040
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS3DC080
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS3FC044
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RS3SC008
Contrôleur RAID Intel® RT3WB080
Solution ID: CS-034174
Last Modified: 17-Nov-2014
Date Created: 02-Apr-2013
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