10.8.4 rcadm -D DELETE
--delete --array [--no-ask]
-D -a [-na] [-cg ]
If the no ask option is specified the array is deleted without confirmation.
Example: Delete arrays 1 and 2.
rcadm -D --array 1 2
Example: Delete all arrays.
rcadm -D --array
Chapter 11 Troubleshooting 11.1 Troubleshooting The chapter discusses four major categories of troubleshooting:
• Problems with system startup.
• Warning messages that might appear at the Power-On Self-Test (POST) screen.
• Problems with arrays.
• Problems with disks.
11.2 System Startup Problems Table 35 and Table 36 correlate possible startup issues and corrective actions for system boot.
Table 35. The System Does Not Boot Possible Causes Corrective Actions Controller mode is set
incorrectly during system
In the system’s BIOS screen, ensure SATA settings are in RAID
The system’s boot mode or
boot sequence retry mode
is set incorrectly
In the system’s BIOS screen, ensure that the bootable array is the first
If not, use the Swap Two Arrays option to reposition the arrays.
A bootable array is in an
Restart the system.
Enter the system’s BIOS screen.
Check the state of the bootable array.
Check for missing or offline disks.