Here's an example: Note that SAS devices always report "Supports Update" as "True", since there is no way of explicitly querying the device for support of these commands.The second cmdlet, Update-Storage Firmware, enables administrators to update the drive firmware with an image file, if the drive supports the new firmware update mechanism.Warning Firmware updates are a potentially risky maintenance operation and you should only apply them after thorough testing of the new firmware image.It is possible that new firmware on unsupported hardware could negatively affect reliability and stability, or even cause data loss.To support these requirements, there is a new HLK test to verify if vendor products support the right commands and get them implemented in future revisions.Contact your solution vendor for info about whether your hardware supports Windows updating the drive firmware.Administrators should read the release notes a given update comes with to determine its impact and applicability.To use Windows Server to update drive firmware, you must have supported drives.
This exchange establishes a trust relationship between the server and clients.
Once a node updates, it will initiate a repair in Storage Spaces, bringing all copies of data across the cluster back in sync with each other, before moving on to the next node.
It is expected and normal for Storage Spaces to transition to a "degraded" mode of operation while firmware is rolled out.
It will then proceed to re-direct I/O away from the affected drives – going node-by-node – and updating the firmware on them.
A Storage Spaces Direct cluster achieves resiliency by spreading data across multiple server nodes; it is possible for the health service to isolate an entire node worth of drives for updates.