Sorry about deleting your message. I thought it was a duplicate. I've recovered and copied it here to continue the thread.
On a s5000psl Serverboard we have a SRCSATAWB installed.
Last week we had a harddisk failure. We replaced the faulty harddisk with a spare part from Seagate. The Raid was rebuilt without any problems. But there is still a small red LED blinking on the RAID-Controller-Card.
Therefore I tried to install Intel Active System Console to find out what the Problem is. But the Appcore-Service is missing, even after reinstallation.
I ran out of ideas how to solve this. Can anyone help?
(I also attached the logfiles of sysinfo.)
Thanks in advance for every hint!
Thanks for your reply. Please look at the attached file for the position on the controller card.
If I see it right it is labeled "D2". It is flashing in constant intervals.
By the way I also removed the BBU, because it was dead. But nevertheless the LED was blinking before, too.
This is the heartbeat LED. Most/all of our RAID cards have this LED, although most of them use a green LED instead of red. Based on my non-scientific monitoring of it, it looks to blink at a rate of 1 second on/1 second off once the FW has been initialized and is running.
Thanks for your very helpful answer, John.
I didn't know if it was blinking before, because the server chassis was closed until I wanted to remove the BBU. So it's very comforting to know that everything is fine.
But can still anyone help me to get this IASC working again? Is there a way to clean the system from all drivers and stuff belonging to Intel System Tools?