Disks degraded in ESXi

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I have a ESXI v6 u3 installed on a DL380 G9. I have done Raid from the HP provisioning itself. After installing the ESXI and presenting the disks to it. The disks show me as degraded:

 

naa.600508b1001ce2641dcf3c827c33d0df

   Display Name: HP Serial Attached SCSI Disk (naa.600508b1001ce2641dcf3c827c33d                                                                                     0df)

   Has Settable Display Name: true

   Size: 1144609

   Device Type: Direct-Access

   Multipath Plugin: NMP

   Devfs Path: /vmfs/devices/disks/naa.600508b1001ce2641dcf3c827c33d0df

   Vendor: HP

   Model: LOGICAL VOLUME

   Revision: 5.04

   SCSI Level: 5

   Is Pseudo: false

  Status: degraded

   Is RDM Capable: true

   Is Local: false

   Is Removable: false

   Is SSD: false

   Is VVOL PE: false

   Is Offline: false

   Is Perennially Reserved: false

   Queue Full Sample Size: 0

   Queue Full Threshold: 0

   Thin Provisioning Status: unknown

   Attached Filters:

   VAAI Status: unknown

   Other UIDs: vml.0200010000600508b1001ce2641dcf3c827c33d0df4c4f47494341

   Is Shared Clusterwide: true

   Is Local SAS Device: false

   Is SAS: true

   Is USB: false

   Is Boot USB Device: false

   Is Boot Device: true

   Device Max Queue Depth: 1024

   No of outstanding IOs with competing worlds: 32

   Drive Type: logical

   RAID Level: RAID1

   Number of Physical Drives: 2

   Protection Enabled: false

   PI Activated: false

   PI Type: 0

   PI Protection Mask: NO PROTECTION

   Supported Guard Types: NO GUARD SUPPORT

   DIX Enabled: false

   DIX Guard Type: NO GUARD SUPPORT

   Emulated DIX/DIF Enabled: false

 

 

May I know the reason for this and how to fix it.

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