There is a error message with ASC: 0x11 (unrecovered read error), ASCQ: 0x0, FRU: 0xf
And I reference the documentation at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19105-01/storedge.6320/817-5918-10/817-5918-10.pdf The error messages means:
"The RAID controller firmware, during a normal read or volumes verification operation, corrects the bad sector on the drive by reconstructing the
data (assuming a RAID 1+0 or RAID 5 configuration) and writing it back to the drive. The drive, in turn, writes the data to a spare sector.
Ensure that the volume is scrubbed on a regular basis. If the volumes in the RAID device are configured as RAID 0,
then the data is lost and drive replacement is required."
But I am not understand if the harddisk in RAID 1. Is that the harddisk with problem will write the data to a spare sector but the other mirrored
harddisk will not write to the spared block due to mirroring or they both write the data in the bad block to the spared block?
If the data in the bad block moved to the spare sector in both mirrored harddisks.
Is that the whole mirrored group will reuse the bad sector again after replacement?
If the Mirror is built up by Veritas not the Solaris Volume Manager. Is there any difference?