The server contains two hard disks, which are configured as a Linux SW RAID 1 pair, and they store server or cluster-related data. These hard disks are not part of the customer-usable data storage that is available to the server.
Hard disks are located behind the bezel on the left side of the chassis.
|1||Disk A status and activity LEDs|
|2||Disk B status and activity LEDs|
If this LED is on and blue, the disk is operating normally and no problems have been detected. If the LED is flashing blue, it indicates disk activity. If the LED is on, but not flashing, there is currently no disk activity.
If this LED is on immediately after installing a new O/S disk, it indicates that the RAID configuration for the server is being rebuilt. The LED will turn off after the RAID configuration is restored. The amount of time it takes for the RAID configuration to be rebuilt after a new disk drive is installed depends on the amount of user and system configuration data stored.
If this LED is on during the course of normal operation (not after installing a new O/S disk), either the disk has failed or the server’s RAID configuration has been degraded.