09-29-2006 12:51 AM
Message 3/5 root@calmes1 Sep 27, 2006 11:11:22 pm +0100
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:11:22 +0100 (BST)
Subject: calmes1: Event Monitor Notification
>------------ Event Monitoring Service Event Notification ------------<
Notification Time: Wed Sep 27 23:10:07 2006
calmes1 sent Event Monitor notification information:
is >= 3.
Its current value is MAJORWARNING(3).
Event data from monitor:
Event Time..........: Wed Sep 27 23:10:07 2006
Event #.............: 100091
Disk at hardware path 0/4/0/0/4/1.1.0 : Software configuration error
Please see attached full output
09-29-2006 01:01 AM
Device Class...........: Disk
Inquiry Vendor ID......: SEAGATE
Inquiry Product ID.....: ST318451LC
Firmware Version.......: HP01
Serial Number..........: 3CC0ARGD00007127KTGF
Check the above path in ioscan -fnCdisk command and see if it is still claimed or not. It may be going bad pretty soon. Check which volume group is using it. you can check it from "strings /etc/lvmtab" command.
run following command and see if you get any errors.
dd if=/dev/dsk/CXXtYYdZZ of=/dev/null bs=1024k
also you can check it from cstm command.
09-29-2006 02:18 AM
sel dev 'device number'
see if you have a huge amount of read or write errors.
For me, software config error is usually a problem with the lvmtab or you might have stale inodes if mirrored.
lvscan /dev/vgxx/lvolx | grep -i stale
on that physical volume to see if anything is stale.
10-04-2006 03:20 AM
The event is nothing to worry about, in general, and it should be possible to stop it happening.
Can you post the full event details? There are a number of possible causes, and the solution would depend on disk type, FW level and OnlineDiags version, all of which are included in the full event details.
10-04-2006 03:25 AM
You have the A.29.00 version of the OnlineDiags, which is a very old version (Dec 2001). First thing to do is update to a current version, which may well fix the problem.
is the place to get the latest version, which is A.44.00 for 11.00. You should then also apply PHSS_34834.
The FW is HP01, so should be a supported disk.