arcconf setstate

Description

Changes the state of a physical device or logical device from its current state to the designated state.

Syntax

ARCCONF SETSTATE <Controller#> DEVICE <Channel#> <Device#> <State> [MAXCACHE] [LOGICALDRIVE <LD#>[LD#] ... ] [noprompt]
ARCCONF SETSTATE <Controller#> LOGICALDRIVE <LD#> OPTIMAL [ADVANCED <option>] [noprompt]

Parameters

Controller#
The controller number
Channel#
The channel number for the drive.
Device#
Device number for the device.
LD#
Logical drive number.
State
  • HSP—Create a hot spare from a ready drive
  • RDY—Remove a hot spare designation
  • DDD—Force a drive offline (to Failed)
MAXCACHE
Optional keyword for maxCache devices only. Include if State is HSP or RDY, and the hot spare is for a maxCache device.
ADVANCED <option>
Optional keyword/option pair. Set option to Nocheck to force a logical drive to the Optimal state without performing a consistency check.
Noprompt:
No prompt for confirmation.

Examples

ARCCONF SETSTATE 1 DEVICE 0 0 HSP LOGICALDRIVE 1 2 3
ARCCONF SETSTATE 1 DEVICE 0 0 RDY LOGICALDRIVE 2
ARCCONF SETSTATE 1 LOGICALDRIVE 1 OPTIMAL ADVANCED nocheck

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