Be careful here, as this does:
“When a disk experiences a failure and becomes unavailable, the recovery
procedure will first attempt to restart the disk and if this fails, the disk is
suspended and its data moved to other disks. “
Which may not be what you want to happen. :-) If you have disks marked down due
to a transient failure, kicking of restripes to move the data off might not be
the best choice.
Sr Principal Storage Engineer, Nuance
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Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: [gpfsug-discuss] Is GPFS starting NSDs automatically?
If you do a "mmchconfig restripeOnDiskFailure=yes", such a callback will be
added for node-join events.
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