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    win2003 event error

    Hello im having some error on system event. There is a warning that says
    Source: aac
    Category: None
    EventID: 4079
    Descrition:
    \Device\Scsi\aac1: PrintfToHost: String to large

    In other description
    \device\Scsi\aac1: ID(0:02:0); Recoverd Error [k:0x1,c:0x17,q0x3)

    I belive im having some kind of problem on my raid.
    I have a HP Proliant Ml150 server, with 4 SCSI 72GB Raid 5.
    I have checked the light of the drivers on the server, and they are all green, so i think the drivers are ok, but there must be something wrong with the raid.
    Does anyone had this problem? What was the solution?
    Know a good RAID test tool?
    Thanks

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    Its no biggie, take a look here:

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/272958/EN-US/

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    i have already checked that eventID but the problem is that the description doesn't match and its for windows 2000 and not windows 2003 server.
    Thanks for the reply.

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    Dell has tools for its RAID....so I am guessing so does HP???

    I recently had a disk fail and it showed up on boot..as the bios was loading the RAID controller.

    The dell tool is installed in windows and monitors all the hardware.

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    well i thought that but im not using the HP Raid controller and add extra one that would support Raid 5. The Hp Raid controller on board doesn't support Raid 5

    Is there a diagnostic raid tool? Im still trying to find what is the cause of the error, i belive there's something to do with the raid.
    I have rebooted but without errors in raid, so im kind of confused know :s

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    I suggest then checking with the vendor of the raid controller.

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    Already check it, only drivers firmware available , no tools for raid

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    Here is something i found:
    http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?e...faport&phase=1

    Says it could be high usage ... or power issues . I do have here a UPS compensating all the time the power.
    Will try to check this out.
    But if anyone have other ideas, please share.
    Thanks

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    What is on the drive....users folders???

    May be a synchronization issue as suggested.

    Are you using Windows RAID configuration through the disk management utility ?

    Or is it hardware RAID?? There must be some utilty before the OS boots that is used to configure the RAID before the OS boots.

    Also ...how often does this error occur???

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    i have run teststtttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt

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