Raid array Tags: Security NAS / RAID Business Computing Last response: November 22, 2011 5:03 PM in Business Computing Share matomel November 2, 2011 5:44:14 AM Hello, how do one become aware of the error More about : raid array GhislainG November 20, 2011 8:24:53 PM If properly configured, the system will be notified and a light will be lit on the failed drive if you use an enterprise solution. extremepcs November 22, 2011 5:03:37 PM Higher end RAID controllers (i.e. not the ones built in to the motherboard) usually come with software that will send out an email if there is a problem. Most tier 1 servers have this capability too, for just about any hardware related problem. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedAsus p4p800-e windows 7 not acknowledging ide raid array in setup Forum SolvedRAID 0 Array in BIOS vs Disk Management Forum SolvedData corrupted on RAID 1 array after booting in IDE mode Forum SolvedFailed Drive in a RAID0 array, how do I get my computer running again? Forum SolvedRAID0 Array Intermittently Fails Forum SolvedUpgrading RAID array with different HD Forum SolvedClean install Win 7 on older Windows XP system and setup RAID 1 array Forum SolvedData safe if temporarily remove all drives from RAID 5 array on Asus mobo? Forum SolvedPlease HELP: 3 disk RAID 0 array issue Forum SolvedWindows 8.1 and allocation of raid 0 3 1TB disks array. Forum SolvedOne drive of RAID 0 array unplugged, is array lost? Forum SolvedIs my VelociRaptor Raid 0 array slow? Forum SolvedRAID 1+0 for 8TB array (3 x 2 4TB HDD)? Forum SolvedWhich RAID array for new Server 2012 R2 build? Forum SolvedRaid 1 Array Visible in Device List but not File System Forum Solvedhelp needed to recover raid 0 array after bios update Forum SolvedRaid 5 Array migration to server with existing array. Forum Solved4 disk RAID 0 array, one disk "fell out" of array after upgrade to Win8 Forum SolvedCan I replace my OS drive and keep the data on my D: RAID array? Forum SolvedBacking Up a RAID Array Forum More resources Read discussions in other Business Computing categories Cloud Computing Virtualization Security Management !