The IO operation at logical block address 0x0 for disk 1 (pdo name: \device\00000048) was retried.
I think it is safe to say that the entire io operation that I/O operation on disk 1 (pdo name: \device\00000048) was retried was successfully.
Since the data was successfully written to disk 1, the io operation on disk 1 pdo name device00000048 was successful.
The IO operation at logical block address 0x0 for disk 1 pdo name device00000048 was retried.It would be safe to assume that the entire io operation on disk 1 pdo name device00000048 was successful.Since the data was successfully written to disk 1, the io operation on disk 1 pdo name device00000048 was successful.
For a variety of reasons, when you’re doing IO operation on a disk it’s important to make sure the entire operation is successful. If one of the IO operations fails, you have no way of knowing whether you’re successful or not. Also, the IO operations themselves usually have some sort of associated error code that you can use to know whether they succeeded or not.
That’s true of all disk IO operations. The main reason why IO operations fail is that a disk cannot read an IO operation. Even if you do a read/write operation, the IO operation will fail anyway. So why is a disk IO operation failing? Well, because it can only read data from the disk. Also, a disk IO operation that fails isn’t good enough to run the IO operations on a disk you don’t want to read.
The reason why you can only read disk data is because the disk controller cannot actually read data from the drive if you already have the data on the drive already. The disk controller reads a specific sector number for the disk, and then reads the data from that sector. The IO operation will not read any other sectors on the disk.
We’ve had a couple of different drives that were failing on disk IO and we should have reported the results. Our previous attempts at RAID recovery at the IO controller failed. The IO controller is not performing a proper restoration.
We’re not able to recover the IO operation. We’ve been seeing several failures in the drive controller, and it’s not performing like it should. We’ve already had one drive fail again, and we can’t recover that either.