Smartfailed drive REPLACE state

You can see different drive states during the smartfail process.

If you run the isi dev command while the drive in bay 1 is being smartfailed, the system displays output similar to the following example:

Node 1, [ATTN]
  Bay 1        Lnum 11      [SMARTFAIL]    SN:Z296M8HK    000093172YE04  /dev/da1   
  Bay 2        Lnum 10      [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8N5    00009330EYE03  /dev/da2   
  Bay 3        Lnum 9       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296LBP4    00009330EYE03  /dev/da3   
  Bay 4        Lnum 8       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296LCJW    00009327BYE03  /dev/da4   
  Bay 5        Lnum 7       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8XB    00009330KYE03  /dev/da5   
  Bay 6        Lnum 6       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z295LXT7    000093172YE03  /dev/da6   
  Bay 7        Lnum 5       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8ZF    00009330KYE03  /dev/da7   
  Bay 8        Lnum 4       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8SD    00009330EYE03  /dev/da8   
  Bay 9        Lnum 3       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8QA    00009330EYE03  /dev/da9   
  Bay 10       Lnum 2       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8Q7    00009330EYE03  /dev/da10  
  Bay 11       Lnum 1       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8SP    00009330EYE04  /dev/da11  
  Bay 12       Lnum 0       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8QZ    00009330JYE03  /dev/da12

If you run the isi dev command after the smartfail completes successfully, the system displays output similar to the following example, showing the drive state as REPLACE:

Node 1, [ATTN]
  Bay 1        Lnum 11      [REPLACE]      SN:Z296M8HK    000093172YE04  /dev/da1   
  Bay 2        Lnum 10      [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8N5    00009330EYE03  /dev/da2   
  Bay 3        Lnum 9       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296LBP4    00009330EYE03  /dev/da3   
  Bay 4        Lnum 8       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296LCJW    00009327BYE03  /dev/da4   
  Bay 5        Lnum 7       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8XB    00009330KYE03  /dev/da5   
  Bay 6        Lnum 6       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z295LXT7    000093172YE03  /dev/da6   
  Bay 7        Lnum 5       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8ZF    00009330KYE03  /dev/da7   
  Bay 8        Lnum 4       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8SD    00009330EYE03  /dev/da8   
  Bay 9        Lnum 3       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8QA    00009330EYE03  /dev/da9   
  Bay 10       Lnum 2       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8Q7    00009330EYE03  /dev/da10  
  Bay 11       Lnum 1       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8SP    00009330EYE04  /dev/da11  
  Bay 12       Lnum 0       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8QZ    00009330JYE03  /dev/da12

If you run the isi dev command while the drive in bay 3 is being smartfailed, the system displays output similar to the following example:

Node 1, [ATTN]
  Bay 1        Lnum 11      [REPLACE]      SN:Z296M8HK    000093172YE04  /dev/da1   
  Bay 2        Lnum 10      [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8N5    00009330EYE03  /dev/da2   
  Bay 3        Lnum 9       [SMARTFAIL]    SN:Z296LBP4    00009330EYE03  N/A        
  Bay 4        Lnum 8       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296LCJW    00009327BYE03  /dev/da4   
  Bay 5        Lnum 7       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8XB    00009330KYE03  /dev/da5   
  Bay 6        Lnum 6       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z295LXT7    000093172YE03  /dev/da6   
  Bay 7        Lnum 5       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8ZF    00009330KYE03  /dev/da7   
  Bay 8        Lnum 4       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8SD    00009330EYE03  /dev/da8   
  Bay 9        Lnum 3       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8QA    00009330EYE03  /dev/da9   
  Bay 10       Lnum 2       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8Q7    00009330EYE03  /dev/da10  
  Bay 11       Lnum 1       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8SP    00009330EYE04  /dev/da11  
  Bay 12       Lnum 0       [HEALTHY]      SN:Z296M8QZ    00009330JYE03  /dev/da12