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skcampeau01
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NSS324 raid5 skipped resync after drive replacement

The NSS324 lost a HDD1. While the replacement drive was in the mail, HDD3 developed some bad blocks but is still operational. After replacing HDD1 it does not resync automatically, and we've been unable to select the raid5 volume to perform any actions. After a power failure I can see where the NSS resyncing started again but I don't know why it was skipped.   How can I force the resync?

2012-10-1612:55:55System127.0.0.1localhostDrive 3 might have bad blocks. Please do a "Bad Blocks Scan" on the drive.
2012-10-1612:55:50System127.0.0.1localhost[RAID5 Disk Volume: Drive 1 2 3 4] Resyncing skipped.
2012-10-1612:55:46System127.0.0.1localhost[RAID5 Disk Volume: Drive 1 2 3 4] Start resyncing.
2012-10-1612:55:12System127.0.0.1localhost[Mozy Backup] Authentication failed. Service disabled.
2012-10-1612:53:51System127.0.0.1localhost[RAID5 Disk Volume: Drive 1 2 3 4] Recovering journal.
2012-10-1612:53:29System127.0.0.1localhostSystem started.
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janickle
Beginner

Hi Steve,

On the NSS under the Disk Management there is an option to rebuild the RAID.  Select your current RAID Volume and select the recover option.   For more information on recovering a RAID please see the admin guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/Test/rochrist/nss/admin_guide/NSS32X_Admin_Guide_OL_21155_v1.4.pdf

If this does not solve your issue or if you need further assitnace please feel free to contact Cisco Small Business for help on this matter.

Thanks,

Jason Nickle