In FusionInsight,What is the impact on system of Alarm 12009 Hard Disk in Failed Array

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The disks in the RAID array are inaccessible, which reduces the system reliability.

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In FusionInsight,What is the possible cause for Alarm 12009 Hard Disk in Failed Array
?A disk in the RAID array is removed. ?A disk in the RAID array is faulty.

In FusionInsight,When does Alarm 12009 Hard Disk in Failed Array
This alarm is generated when a redundant array of independent disks (RAID) array is abnormal or faulty because disk N in the RAID array is removed or faulty. Before this alarm is reported, the SNMP trap port and IP address must be configured on the BMC of the server; otherwise, this alarm will not be reported. For details, see the FusionInsight product documentation. This alarm is cleared when the disk is recovered.

In FusionInsight,When does Alarm 12009 Hard Disk in Failed Array occur
This alarm is generated when a redundant array of independent disks (RAID) array is abnormal or faulty because disk N in the RAID array is removed or faulty. Before this alarm is reported, the SNMP trap port and IP address must be configured on the BMC of the server; otherwise, this alarm will not be reported. For details, see the FusionInsight product documentation. This alarm is cleared when the disk is recovered.

In FusionInsight,What is the impact on system of Alarm 12008 Hard Disk Drive Fault
Data on the disk is inaccessible, and the system cannot operate properly.

Impact on the system if the RAID0 drive is removed
A RAID 0 array stores data on multiple hard drives, which allows data requests to be concurrently processed on the hard drives. However, RAID 0 provides no redundancy or fault tolerance. The failure or removal of one drive will cause the entire array to fail.

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