> AFA0> container reconfigure 0 (0,3,0)
> Executing: container reconfigure 0 (BUS=0,ID=3,LUN=0)
> Command Error: <The specified container type is invalid for the
> attempted operation.>
>> AFA0> container scrub /no_repair 0
> Executing: container scrub /no_repair=TRUE 0
> Command Error: <The requested operation cannot be done because
> it was in the wrong state.>
>> Is there any way to recover this? The system seems to be operating
> normally and all of the filesystems on it have fscked OK.
>> Or am I looking at a complete system rebuild? Dell say "if it was
> our data, we'd rebuild from scratch and restore from backup". I
> can do this, if I have to.
Oh, forgot to mention. Dell also suggest that I could try pulling
the new disk, re-configuring the array to RAID-0 and then back
to RAID-5. Sound sensible to anyone?
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