Why does a RAID array created with the RAID Switch still exist after it is deleted from the system?
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Q: Why does a RAID array created with the RAID Switch still exist after it is deleted from the system?
A: This will occur if the RAID Switch has not been changed to “None”.
If the RAID Switch has been configured for an array (RAID 0, 1, or JBOD), the controller will recreate the selected array every time the system is rebooted, even if the array had been deleted using a different tool.
In this case, the following steps should be used to delete a RAID array.
- 1) The RAID Switch is used to create a RAID array.
- 2) Log in to the OS or use the OOB (Out-of-Band) management feature and delete the RAID array.
- 3) Shutdown and Power off the system.
- 4) Set the RAID Switch status to None.