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Hi there!

My Gen8 runs Windows server 2008 r2,with 4x WD Red drives in the internal drive bays connected to the on board B120i(Raid 10). I have noticed some log with HP ProLiant Smart Array SAS/SATA Event Notification Service in C:\Program Files\HP\Cissesrv\slot0.txt, and I don't understand this(LUN Reset from host for...), is something wrong?

[07/13 03:18:54] *** Memory info ***
[07/13 03:18:54] Pool        Size       Used      Avail Used%
[07/13 03:18:54] ----- ---------- ---------- ---------- -----
[07/13 03:18:54] LREQ        1036         12       1024    1%
[07/13 03:18:54] PREQ        1127        106       1021    9%
[07/13 03:18:54] Shared Memory Avail 6451352 bytes
[07/13 03:18:54] XRRAM   58720256    6083584   52636672   10% largest=  52374528 (bytes)
[07/13 03:18:54] XRRAM     114688      11882     102806   10% largest=    102294 (sectors)
[07/13 03:18:54] deferred_free_lpram_head = 0x0000000000000000
[07/13 03:19:36] Host: Time is 7/13/2017 3:19:36
[07/13 03:19:45] iLO command polling interval=0.090 seconds, hostaddr=0xFFFFF88002BD6020.
[07/13 03:28:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 04:26:46] LUN Reset from host for unit U00 (cmds=2, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 05:38:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 05:44:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 05:52:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 06:24:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 06:32:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 06:32:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U00 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 07:00:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 07:36:46] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 07:40:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 08:08:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 08:48:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 09:38:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 10:08:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 12:02:46] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 12:12:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 14:40:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U00 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/13 18:26:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/14 03:19:47] Host: Time is 7/14/2017 3:19:47
[07/14 03:32:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/14 05:42:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U00 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/14 11:34:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/14 18:10:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/14 21:46:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U00 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/14 22:28:51] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/15 03:19:48] Host: Time is 7/15/2017 3:19:48
[07/15 09:12:50] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/15 09:42:50] LUN Reset from host for unit U00 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/15 11:48:50] LUN Reset from host for unit U00 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/15 13:02:50] LUN Reset from host for unit U00 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)
[07/15 13:06:50] LUN Reset from host for unit U01 (cmds=1, logical_io_count=1)

 

Many thanks to all for your precious help!

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