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Figure 7-13 Internal drive identification
Click Turn LED Off when you are finished.
Example 7-2 shows how to use the chenclosureslot command to turn on and off the drive
Example 7-2 The use of the chenclosureslot command to turn on and off drive LED
chenclosureslot -identify yes/no -slot slot enclosureID
Show Dependent Volumes
Clicking Show Dependent Volumes shows you volumes that are dependent on the selected
drive. Volumes are dependent on a drive only when the underlying disks or MDisks are in a
degraded or inaccessible state and removing further hardware causes the volume to go
offline. This condition is true for any RAID 0 MDisk or if the associated MDisk is degraded
Use the Show Dependent Volumes option before you perform maintenance to determine
which volumes are affected.
Figure 7-14 shows an example if no dependent volumes are detected for this specific drive.
Figure 7-14 Internal drive no dependent volume
Important: A lack of listed dependent volumes does not imply that there are no volumes
created that use this drive.