This morning, the first thing I heard coming into the building was the audible alarm on our 510 (amazing how they managed to come up with a relatively quiet, yet profoundly annoying sound).

On examining the QSYSOPR messages, I found that another drive had failed (thankfully, when I went into SST, I found that this time, it was in the little-used, practically empty, second ASP).

Two things:

1) According to the QSYSOPR messages, it had failed on Saturday; if it's the cause of the audible alarm, why is it only complaining about it NOW?

2) Since the second ASP is practically empty, I'd just as soon pull that whole mirrored pair out of the configuration, but I don't see anything for that in SST. Do I have to go to DST to do this?


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