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VTrak Other How do I create an array larger than 2TB for Windows XP or Windows 2000 32-bit operating systems?
Ken Chou posted this 12 March 2007


Logical Drive Sector Size and Migration

This application note deals with a specific application for VTrak M-Class and E-Class in a Windows 2000/WinXP 32-bit OS environment.

In order to achieve the desired RAID online capacity migration, adding 10 disk drives to an existing RAID 5 logical drive you must create your logical drives with 1 KB sectors.
Note: Some database applications may be incompatible with sector sizes larger than 512 bytes.
Before you create a logical drive with a 1 KB sector size, verify that any applications that will access the logical drive can support the 1 KB sector size.

There are two situations in which you create logical drives:
- During disk array creation.
- When adding a logical drive to an existing disk array.

In order to specify the sector size in WebPAM PROe or the CLU you MUST select "Advanced" option for Disk Array creation, please refer to the VTrak M-Class and Vtrak E-Class Product Manual as well as the WebPAM PROe sections.

For detailed directions on how to add drives to your existing array (Online Capacity Expansion), please refer to the VTrak M-Class and Vtrak E-Class Product Manual as well as the WebPAM PROe CLI and CLU sections

For this logical drive size

Select this sector size

Up to 16 TB

4096 bytes (4 KB)

Up to 8 TB

2048 bytes (2 KB)

Up to 4 TB

1024 bytes (1 KB)

Up to 2 TB

512 bytes (512 B)

The above table shows the correlation between Logical Drive size and sector size, as imposed by the Logical Block Addressing limitations of the operating system.

Examples:

Begin with a RAID 5 Logical Drive composed of four 250GB disk drives for a total capacity of 750GB. When you first create the Logical Drive with the default 512 byte sector size you can:
- add five more 250GB disk drives to the same RAID 5 logical drive, for a total capacity of 2TB.
- add ten more 250GB disk drives, but the total capacity will still be only 2TB.

Begin with a RAID 5 Logical Drive composed of four 250GB disk drives for a total capacity of 750GB. When you first create the Logical Drive and you specify a 1 KB sector size you can:
- add five more 250GB disk drives to the same RAID 5 logical drive, for a total capacity of 2TB.
- add ten more 250GB disk drives, for a total capacity of 3.25TB.

Note: If you have an existing Logical Drive with four 250GB disk drives and 512 byte sectors and you expand it by adding ten 250GB disk drives, the result will appear in Windows 2000 as a logical drive of 2TB, plus 1.25TB of unpartitioned space which can be partitioned and formated as a second Logical Drive of 1.25TB.


VTrak Other WebPAM Events
Ken Chou posted this 18 November 2005

Product: Vtrak 15100

Platform: Independent

Additional Description: See attachment

WebPAM Events

NS - Not Supported

NT - Not Tested

S3.1 – Supported in SR3.1

Severity Level is according to WebPAM not related with firmware

 

Event ID

Event Description

Severity Level

02.00.0000.00

02.01.0000.00

02.03.0000.15

Event Subscription & Email

Event frame

Event Subscription & EmailEvent frameEvent Subscription & EmailEvent frame

           
 

Controller Events

458753

Data Parity Error

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

458754

Command Parity Error

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

458755

Bus Reset

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

458756

Unrecoverable Error

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

458757

Abort task

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

458759

Clear ACA

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

458761

LUN Reset

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

458762

Initiator Error

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

458763

Illegal Secondary Identify

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

458764

Message Parity Error

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

458765

Bus Reboot

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

           
 

Ultratrak Events

       

101

Ultratrak Connection Connected

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

102

Ultratrak Connection Lost

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

           
 

Disk Events

       

851969

Fatal Error

 

NS

/S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

851970

Disk Down

Critical

Yes

Yes

(Same as Disk Removed)

Yes

NS

(Same as Disk Removed)

YesNS

(Same as Disk Removed)

851978

Disk Plugged In

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

851979

Disk Removed

 

Yes

NS

YesYesYesYes

851980

Disk Access Retry

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

851982

Disk CRC Error

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

1048576

Disk S.M.A.R.T. Failed

Critical

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

851981

Disk ECC Error

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

851983

Disk Bad Sector

Critical

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

851984

Disk Reserve Sector Error

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

851985

Disk Time out

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

1835010

Wipe Out Boot Sector

Critical

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

1835009

Wipe Out Reserved Sector

Critical

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes
           
 

DiskArray Events

       

1245184

Create Disk Array

 

NS

(See Create LD)

NS

NS

(See Create LD)

NSYesYes

1245185

Delete Disk Array

 

NS

(See Delete LD)

NS

NS

(See Delete LD)

NSYesYes

589828

Disk Array Critical

Critical

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

589827

Disk Array Offline

Critical

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

786432

Migration Started

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

786433

Migration Completed

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

786436

Migration Stopped

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

983040

Rebuild Started

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

983041

Rebuild Completed

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

983047

Rebuild Aborted

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

196608

Redundancy Check Started

 

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

196609

Redundancy Check Completed

 

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

196614

Redundancy Check Aborted

 

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

196610

Redundancy Check Paused

 

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

196611

Redundancy Check Resumed

 

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

196615

Redundancy Check Inconsistent Stripe

Critical

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

1179648

Synchronization Started

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

1179649

Synchronization Completed

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

1179653

Synchronization Aborted

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

1179650

Synchronization Paused

 

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

1179651

Synchronization Resumed

 

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

1769472

PDM Started

 

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

1769473

PDM Completed

 

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

1769477

PDM Aborted

 

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

524288

Full Initialization Start

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

524289

Full Initialization Completed

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

524292

Full Initialization Stopped

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

524295

Quick Initialization Start

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

524296

Quick Initialization Completed

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

524299

Quick Initialization Stopped

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

99

Percent Completed

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

           
 

LogicalDrive Events

       

589834

Create Logical Drive

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

589835

Delete Logical Drive

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

589832

Quick Initialization Start

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

589833

Quick Initialization Completed

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

           
 

Enclosure Events

       

917508

Enclosure Power Down

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

917507

Enclosure Power Up

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

917504

Power Supply Not Present

 

NS/

S3.1

Yes

NS

YesYesYes

1114115

Enclosure Over Temperature

Critical

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

327681

Enclosure Fan Stop

Critical

Yes

NS

Yes

NSYesNS

327685

Cooling Device Inserted

 

NS/

S3.1

NS/

S3.1

NS

YesYesYes

327686

Cooling Device Removed

 

NS/

S3.1

NS/

S3.1

NS

YesYesYes

1114114

Enclosure 3.3V Out of Range

 

Yes

NS

Yes

NSYesNS

1114113

Enclosure 5.0V Out of Range

Critical

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

1114112

Enclosure 12.0V Out of Range

Critical

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

65548

Battery Inserted

 

NS/

S3.1

NS/

S3.1

NSNS

YesYes

65547

Battery Removed

 

NS/

S3.1

NS/

S3.1

NSNS

YesYes

65536

Battery Temperature Out of Range

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

65537

Battery Temperature Back to Normal

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

65538

Battery Capacity Below Threshold

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

65539

Battery Capacity Normal

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

65540

Battery Discharging

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

65541

Battery Charging

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

65542

Battery Maintenance Mode

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

65546

Battery Life Ended

 

Yes

Yes

YesYesYesYes

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