Mirror plex status is "recoverable" - Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows
|Article:TECH172221|||||Created: 2011-10-19|||||Updated: 2014-01-28|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH172221|
The status of the plex of a mirrored volume is listed as "recoverable."
If there is a temporary interruption in data access to the disks, the plexes of the mirror may no longer be synchronized with each other.
|This article is a part of a set on troubleshooting failed, or failing, disks. Click here to start at the beginning: http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH200618|
Verify that the status of the disk is not failed or failing. If the status of the disk is normal, the volume can be repaired.
1. Right-click on the volume and select "Repair Volume."
2. In the box that appears, select the plex that was listed as "recoverable." The mirror will now begin to resynchronize.
Note: The name of the plex can be determined by selecting the volume and clicking the Subdisks tab.
WARNING: A mirror resynchronization will cause elevated I/O activity on the disk array. In some cases, it may be best to wait until off-peak hours before starting a repair.
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH172221