With all 4 HDD's removed, the device does not boot. System Led is solid Yellow, and Global HDD Led is not on.
Also at this state, a ping request result in destination host unreachable.
To my knowledge the firmware have not been updated, I am not sure what the current firm version is, as I cannot login in to the web console, see device details below.
Device model #: INNS04-4200.
Device serial #: CZBC7182432
I have reset the unit as per http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/ss4000-e/sb/cs-022318.htm
Now the unit is showing the "System Initialization" screen where it asks for HDD's to be added. There is no option to proceed unless the HDD's are inserted, the following is shown when truing to proceed : "Please install disks first" . If I insert the HDD's, then the unit indicates that all data will be lost during the System Initialization process.
Now you can insert HDDs one my one and initialize the system. I don't think you can get your old data back since you've already replace 3 out of 4 HDDs. Also, it's highly recommended to update to latest FW after you complete initializing the system: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId=2366&DwnldID=16833
I think here is a misunderstanding.
Drive 1, Drive 2 and Drive 4 is still working. I only suspect that drive 3 is not working.
Thus, in the RAID 10 array, the data should still be available as Data on Drive 1 is mirrored on Drive 2 and Data on Drive 3 is mirrored on Drive 4.
How can I have the RAID 10 rebuild on the system?
Oh sorry for the misunderstanding...
You may try to boot the system with 3 good HDDs installed, and then perform a reset. If you still can't access the web UI, your system may be affected by TA 847: Loss of system access issue.