Yesterday morning, I was going to see if the Weather Server had an IPMI interface that I could utilize. Instead I found that the RAID 1 array was in a degraded state, but was never notified that a disk had failed, and the remaining disk was on its last leg limping along. As a result I had to take the server down for what should have been a 30 minute exercise that ended up taking over 8 and a half hours.
I was able to retrieve most of the data minus a couple of non-critical, non-weather related databases. I have migrated the system to different disks until I can replace them with the desired disks. Also, the Weather Server lacks an IMPI interface. So I still have to keep a monitor & keyboard around for when remote desktop doesn't or cant work (ex: BIOS, pre OS boot diagnostics, etc).
Otherwise everything should be operating properly.