Definitions for common array/disk status in the WebGUI and CLI
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HighPoint WebGUI/CLI: Common RAID and Disk Status Definitions
1. Online (Normal) – the array is functioning normally
The array’s data and/or parity is inconsistent and needs to be rebuilt. Arrays in a critical state should be rebuilt as soon as possible. Any additional error or failure could result in permanent data loss
3. Critical – Rebuilding – a critical array that is in the process of being rebuilt.
A Spare is a disk that has been assigned to the spare pool. Spare disks can be used to rebuild arrays in a critical state.
The array no longer has enough disks to maintain the RAID level. A disabled array is not accessible and cannot be recovered.
RAID 10: Both members of a RAID 1 array have failed
RAID 6: 3 or more disks have failed
RAID 5: 2 or more disks have failed
RAID 0: A disk has failed