SAN data recovery is its own animal completely. It won't follow any of the standards you're accustomed to. Most likely there are multiple virtual disks on there, fragmented and striped over the top of each other. Only a SAN expert will know how to read the metadata and build the LUNs into disk images.
I have a guy that does them, but you're not going to like the price.
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One drive seems to have corrupt glist, it ticks softly 10times and newver recailibrates or spines down.
Before you waste time looking at the fiirmware, open the drive up in a clean room and look at the platters. SAS drives don't spin down like their SATA counterparts do when the heads are bad. I'd bet the platters are toast.