It'd be worth still reseating the SATA cables on the backplane like
Krunal recommended. Once the resilvering completes, of course ;)

-- Sriram

On 9/12/11, Matt Harrison <> wrote:
> On 11/09/2011 18:32, Krunal Desai wrote:
>> On Sep 11, 2011, at 13:01 , Richard Elling wrote:
>>> The removed state can be the result of a transport issue. If this is a
>>> Solaris-based
>>> OS, then look at "fmadm faulty" for a diagnosis leading to a removal. If
>>> none,
>>> then look at "fmdump -eV" for errors relating to the disk. Last, check
>>> the "zpool
>>> history" to make sure one of those little imps didn't issue a "zpool
>>> remove"
>>> command.
>> Definitely check your cabling; a few of my drives disappeared like this as
>> 'REMOVED', turned out to be some loose SATA cables on my backplane.
>> --khd
> Thanks guys,
> I reinstalled the drive after testing on the windows machine and it
> looks fine now. By the time I'd got on to the console it had already
> started resilvering. All done now and hopefully it will stay like that
> for a while.
> Thanks again, saved me some work
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