Re: How to interpret SCSI error (151 Views)
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stephen peng
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Registered: ‎05-24-2004
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How to interpret SCSI error

Guys,

I've got following messages in syslog.log:

Mar 23 13:05:29 fwsk2 vmunix: SCSI: First party detected bus hang (HTH) -- lbolt: 22490461, dev: cb044002
Mar 23 13:05:29 fwsk2 vmunix:           lbp->state: 30008
Mar 23 13:05:29 fwsk2 vmunix:           lbp->offset: ffffffff

there are several key words above: HTH, lbolt, dev:and lbp. There are more terms that I have read about SCSI, and my question is: which guide would interpret all these terms about SCSI error or SCSI operation?

 

regards

Stephen

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donna hofmeister
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Re: How to interpret SCSI error

do you have a c4t4d0 tape or disk drive?  if so, you're going to want to take steps towards getting it replaced.

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stephen peng
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Re: How to interpret SCSI error

D.H.,

thank you for your reply.

in fact I knew how to deal with this case, hence I concern more about how to understand all these terms. like what is lbolt stands for.

 

regards

Stephen

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donna hofmeister
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Re: How to interpret SCSI error

when in doubt...seek wisdom from Bill 

http://www.hpug.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=911&Itemid=137

(scroll to the bottom of the page)

 

it's really enough to know that you've got lbolts being reported.

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Sachin Rajput
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Re: How to interpret SCSI error

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Here is how you decode the device which gave this lbolt errror .
dev: cb044002 = dev: major :bus :target :lun :drivers specific flags

cb044002 decodes to
cb --> Major device 203
04 --> c4
4 --> t4
0 --> d0
02 --> driver specific.

so the device file is : c4t4d0

Hope it helps




Sachin Rajput
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