Disk failures Tags: Hard Drives Controller Command Prompt Storage Last response: February 2, 2010 7:28 PM in Storage Share ub007 February 2, 2010 9:17:13 AM I keep ending up with multiple drive failures on my server. Array controller ( P800 ), hdd - all updated to latest fw versions. The adu log says Quote:Last Failure Reason: 0x0E (Aborted command) Looks like the drives were failed because the drive aborted a command 'n' times. This is why the failure reason is 0x0E . ALso hooked up a serial cable to the array controller and this is what the trace point says Quote:Fail Device: D010 physical_req 11fd48 - reason code eh Can anyone shed some more light on this??? Secondly,Is there any way I can get some low level info on these failures from /proc/... or some else from the kernel level? Cheers David More about : disk failures apache_lives a b G Storage February 2, 2010 7:28:50 PM can you test the drives individually? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedExternal hard disk failures Forum Solved2 raid disk failures in 2 months Forum Repeating disk drive failures for a NAS 4-bay Forum Does a spanned drive have any protection against disk failures? Forum Two Disk Failures a Co-Incidence Forum SolvedDisk boot failure with a funny noise from my HDD on every startup! Forum SolvedDisk boot failure insert system disk and press enter help. Forum SolvedDisk boot failure error when floppy is deactivated Forum Solveddisk boot failure Forum Solvedsystem disk failure Forum SolvedPC Freezing, Blue Screening and Boot Disk Failure. Forum Solved"disk boot failure insert system disk and press enter" Forum SolvedOk So I turn on my computer and immediately get taken to Disk Boot Failure. I was wondering if there is anything I could do to Forum Solvedhard-disk drive failure on dell inspiron 530s Forum SolvedHelp! "Disc boot failure, insert system disk and press enter" Forum SolvedDisk Boot Failure, Unlike the rest Forum SolvedHard Disk Failure Forum Solvedreaccuring problem disk boot failure Forum SolvedOdd, but consistent disk boot failure Forum SolvedReinstalling Win 7 after RAID0 disk failure, good drive not detected Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !