is your storage accessible ?
i wonder what part of the raid the 2 missing disks have? are they spare disks?
if you have 3 mirror sets in your raid10 then the storage cant be accessible anymore
I didn't set this up and even don't understand it ... I only know that there should be 6 disks.
ATM the list looks like in the attachment, which confuses me even more.
Volume is accessible!
the attachment couldnt be opened.
also look into the controller bios and verify the configuration - there you should see how the raid is defined and see errors of the disks
is the storage acessible ?
Will check the controller bios asap.
Today I just had a smart failure - before I upgraded controller firmware.
Also, the storage is acessible now and runs two VMs (as it did the last years).
I add the attachment again and a second one showing the smart failure - these messages were gone later, after firmware update
Edit: seems to be a RAID 50
Ouch Raid 5 with a double failure...
You should really reach out to a data recovery service at this point, as you could damage your chances for getting anything back.
There are a few data recovery people on this forum and there is a KB I'll attach below.
Ontrack offers a free data recovery assessment, I think drive savers also does the same.
Thanks for your opinion ... I think I will build or buy a new server. The are SAS drives impossible to find for a decent price.
Another option may be to purchase an external SAN/NAS solution.
Then you could have multiple servers attached to the same "shared" storage. This would give you the ability to have extra compute/compute redundancy, and most modern (even low end) SAN/NAS options have data integrity alerting and usually some form of upgrade support.
I hope you have a good backup of the data on the array and that your recovery process isn't painful.
In any case I would export the VM's you have access too as an ovf/ova as soon as possible in case the RAID drops off again.