Checking file system on C:
The type of the file system is NTFS.
A disk check has been scheduled.
Windows will now check the disk.
Cleaning up minor inconsistencies on the drive.
Cleaning up 57 unused index entries from index $SII of file 0x9.
Cleaning up 57 unused index entries from index $SDH of file 0x9.
Cleaning up 57 unused security descriptors.
CHKDSK is verifying Usn Journal...
Usn Journal verification completed.
CHKDSK is verifying file data (stage 4 of 5)...
Windows replaced bad clusters in file 87
of name \mssql\MSSQL$~1\Data\DISTRI~1.MDF.
Windows replaced bad clusters in file 7220
of name \mssql\MSSQL$~1\REPLDATA\unc\INSIGH~1\201004~1\TB5CD1~1.BCP.
Windows replaced bad clusters in file 26077
of name \mssql\MSSQL$~1\REPLDATA\unc\INSIGH~1\201004~1\TBLPDF~1.BCP.
Windows replaced bad clusters in file 32542
of name \mssql\MSSQL$~1\REPLDATA\unc\INSIGH~1\201003~1\TB5CD1~1.BCP.
Windows replaced bad clusters in file 34123
of name \mssql\MSSQL$~1\REPLDATA\unc\INSIGH~1\200802~1\TB50D9~1.BCP.
Windows replaced bad clusters in file 59114
of name \mssql\MSSQL$~1\REPLDATA\unc\INSIGH~1\200904~1\TB4CD1~1.BCP.
Windows replaced bad clusters in file 66747
of name \mssql\MSSQL$~1\REPLDATA\unc\INSIGH~1\200904~1\TBLPDF~1.BCP.
Windows replaced bad clusters in file 306249
of name \mssql\MSSQL$~1\REPLDATA\unc\INSIGH~1\200608~1\TB50D9~1.BCP.
Windows replaced bad clusters in file 313926
of name \mssql\MSSQL$~1\REPLDATA\unc\INSIGH~1\200608~2\TB50D9~1.BCP.
File data verification completed.
CHKDSK is verifying free space (stage 5 of 5)...
Free space verification is complete.
The size specified for the log file is too small.
213371743 KB total disk space.
137811912 KB in 82347 files.
42892 KB in 6088 indexes.
0 KB in bad sectors.
962587 KB in use by the system.
23040 KB occupied by the log file.
74554352 KB available on disk.
4096 bytes in each allocation unit.
53342935 total allocation units on disk.
18638588 allocation units available on disk.
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this is on my domain controller, this is a HP raid5 array consisting of 4 72gb scsi disks. how can you get bad clusters on a raided drive? how can I know which physical drive is failing?
did I actually lose any data/get any data corruption?
I have backups of course, the problem if its hardware failure, and I am going to do migration to windows 2008 r2 from windows 2003, it will still take sometime to initiate things, buying a single replacement scsi might be viable but if I can't identify the drive and have to get 4 scsi drives and rebuild the array 1 disk at the time, it would be problematic not to mention prone to disaster.