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hp_parity_initialization_status_-_in_progress [2014/01/15 10:35]
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-===== Parity Initialization Status =====+{{tag>​[hardware hp raid]}} 
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 +=====HP RAID controller - Parity Initialization Status=====
 If you see this for a long time: "​Parity Initialization Status: In Progress"​ If you see this for a long time: "​Parity Initialization Status: In Progress"​
   hpacucli ctrl all show config detail   hpacucli ctrl all show config detail
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-Try to set the "​Surface Scan Analysis Priority"​ to "​High"​. ​+  * First upgrade the firmware and your hpacucli version. The problem might then be resolved! 
 +  * If not, then try the following: ​set the "​Surface Scan Analysis Priority"​ to "​High"​. ​
  
 The surface scan delay is the time interval before surface scan analysis activates. This time does not begin counting until there are no commands being sent to the controller. Surface scan analysis is a background process that scans hard drives for bad sectors in fault tolerant logical drives. In RAID 5 or RAID ADG configurations,​ surface scan also verifies the consistency of parity data. This process assures that you can recover all data successfully if a drive failure occurs in the future. The possible value is 1-30 seconds. ​ The surface scan delay is the time interval before surface scan analysis activates. This time does not begin counting until there are no commands being sent to the controller. Surface scan analysis is a background process that scans hard drives for bad sectors in fault tolerant logical drives. In RAID 5 or RAID ADG configurations,​ surface scan also verifies the consistency of parity data. This process assures that you can recover all data successfully if a drive failure occurs in the future. The possible value is 1-30 seconds. ​
  
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