What to do if you can’t see the archive drive in Archive > Libraries, but you can see it in Settings > Tools > RAID Configuration.
If the drive shows in Settings > Tools > RAID Configuration, but not in Archive > Libraries, you need to turn it off and scan again in Settings > Tools > RAID Configuration.
If you’re unable to select the drive in Settings > Tools > RAID Configuration to turn it off and scan again, you have to restart the CFA via Settings > Basic > Reboot.
If you’re unable to restart the CFA, contact Infrascale Support.
After you restarted the CFA, you should see the drive in Archive > Libraries.
If it then shows as a “Foreign Disk”:
Click Manage Disk, and then click Prepare Disk For Removal.
The disk will then disappear from the archive bay.
Go to the Settings tab, and click RAID Configuration in the Tools group.
The archive drive should reappear. Check if it doesn’t show as a foreign disk.
NoteIf it’s a brand new disk with no data, this is actually expected, and you need to format the disk. Otherwise, you should be able to see the space left on it.
If the archive drive is visible in Settings > Tools > RAID Configuration, but isn’t green, that’s incorrectly formatted drive, and doesn’t show up at all in Archive > Libraries.
If the drive doesn’t have data on it:
On the Settings tab, click RAID Configuration in the Tools group.
Select the archive drive highlighted black, and then click Reformat.
If the drive does have data on it that needs to be saved or recovered, contact Infrascale Support.
If the drive turns green, check if it’s visible in Archive > Libraries.
If the drive is now visible, click Manage Disk, and then click Test and Initialize to correct the formatting.
If the drive still isn’t visible, or if the “Test and Initialize” fails, contact Infrascale Support.
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Steps to resolve
This seems to involve the database on the archive, and typically occurs when little or no previous data is present on the drive. Previously, this error occurred on a new disk and was resolved by reformatting the disk. If this error is seen on a disk with data that needs to be recovered, contact Infrascale Support.