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After this the 24 disks were assigned and carved up into some vdisks to be presented to our ESXi hosts! I Thank you as well for posting this solution. Adding the second controller back in, it continues to function without issue. A final test was done by powering off everything and powering it back up again as it should be from a cold start.
Thanks for the solution even got my web browser to work after trying this! Both the power supplies are giving solid green lights and their fans are running.
No amber LEDs were to be seen. Lastly, I powered it all off again, removed controller A completely, then powered up the device with just Controller B installed.
Hi Kumar, Are you able to shutdown the entire enclosure and try a power cycle? Just adding my thanks. Please see if any one of you can relate a possible solution to it. I have an identical setup I am trying to get going as well. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. No lights at back side of controllers. Even though it was out of warranty, they still helped me troubleshoot and found the issue to be a faulty controller. Your email address will not be published.
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It was shipped to me with both controllers installed and I had the same issue as you. Removing one then booting up with this seemed to solve the problem, and at the end of the day all hardware was indeed healthy. Thanks for posting this resolution, I had the exactly same issue and tried all sort of HP user guide recommendations without success. I came across this hhp during the night and it worked when I tried it the next day.
It has only one controller in it and there is no light ON on the controller. Never was I so eager to go work before.
Appreciate you sharing your solution. Our entire University campus Datacenter was offline until i came across this. Hot plugging controller A back in at this stage with the device powered on resulted in both controllers reporting a healthy status and all the disks and hardware being detected.
Thanks for the feedback Brian bochure glad this post helped you, and cheers for the status command — very useful! GD image support not detected in PHP!
HP P2000 G3 FC MSA – troubleshooting a faulty Controller (blinking Fault/Service Required LED)
Just in case anybody else is stuck I found brochuer command show shutdown-status really helpful in trying to find out the states of the controllers. Excellent, glad it worked for you. Pp2000 powering the unit down completely, and then powering back up again, the MSA p22000 still stuck in the same state. The RAID drives suddenly disappeared. Seen a few apparent lockups caused by firmware updates controllers can copy between themselves. Everything worked this time.
Thanks for the post. It gives valuable info on what state the controllers are in. Suddenly it got stopped and no amber no light.
Your generosity has once boosted my confidence. Booting off one controller has fixed the problem. Contact your web host and ask them to enable imagepng for PHP.
HPE MSA P G3 Modular Smart Array Systems (QuickSpecs/cpdf)
Are you able to shutdown the entire enclosure and try a power cycle? Just wanted to thank you for sharing this, it helped us today. Hi Sean, I have an identical setup I am trying to get going as well. Following through the troubleshooting steps in the manuals lead nowhere as the end synopsis was to check the event logs. Hi Joel, Good to hear, and glad it helped! Hi Sean, I Thank you as well for posting this solution.
I recently had an issue with our P at work and contacted HP support. Hi Sean, Just adding my thanks.
Check the msa cli guide on HP for info. Powering down the unit once more, removing and reseating both controllers did not help either. I was thinking of trying this but doubted myself just before reading this. On the very first boot we noticed a fault amber LED on the front panel.
Could you please help me in this. Thanks for leaving some feedback. Thank you so much for your post, I was really stuck on this one.