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PostPosted: Fri Dec 06, 2013 12:12 am 
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Several years ago I purchased a diskless Terastation. I used the procedure in "How to debrick your Tera Pro v2/Tera Live in 40 steps" and ended up with a TS-PRO TS-HTGL/R5 F/W 1.33. with four 750GB Seagate ST3750330AS drives. Now I'm getting errors on sdb and want to replace it.

Oct 7 19:45:01 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 229944 1
Oct 7 19:45:02 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 229944 2
Oct 7 19:45:03 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 229944 3
Oct 7 22:28:16 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 994960 1
Oct 7 22:29:00 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 994960 2
Oct 7 22:29:08 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 994960 3
Nov 11 10:17:56 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 1527293 1
Nov 11 10:17:57 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 1527293 2
Nov 11 10:17:58 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 1527293 3
Nov 11 10:17:58 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 1527293 4
Nov 13 14:22:15 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 986361 1
Nov 13 14:22:16 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 986361 2
Nov 13 14:22:17 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 986361 3
Dec 4 07:06:14 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 1028765 9
Dec 4 07:07:07 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 1028773 10
Dec 4 07:07:10 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 1028781 11
Dec 4 07:07:10 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 1028781 12
Dec 4 07:07:11 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 1028781 13
Dec 4 07:11:29 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 994976 14
Dec 4 07:11:30 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 994976 15
Dec 4 07:11:30 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 994976 16
Dec 4 07:11:31 TS-PRO kernelmon: cmd=ioerr sdb READ 994976 17

I have another identical drive to use and want to use the simplest method to replace sdb. Can I just shut the system down, replace disk 2 with the new one, turn the system on and have it automatically rebuild the array? Do I need to do anything to the drive first? Remove the partition table, delete the MBR, create partitions with fdisk, or etc.? I haven't been able to find a procedure for a standard/simple disk replacement.


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