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I wasn`t sure which device so I decided to remove all the devices (dac0, dar0, fcs0, fcnet0 etc etc) and the child processes and ran cfgmgr. (I had done this before Run diagnostics. #smit diag ----> A PROBLEM WAS DETECTED ON Wed Jun 2 10:53:55 EDT 2004 801014 The Service Request Number(s)/Probable Cause(s) (causes are listed in descending order of probability): 803-650: Jon Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... If you can get my script working, you can past the output from both VIO servers into excel, and match them to see where the differences are, will give you a weblink
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Thank you very much for persevering with this issue RE: Error After Upgrading SAN Firmware khalidaaa (TechnicalUser) (OP) 1 Aug 06 12:06 Its ok my friend :) one day i will Did you move the disks to the new location also? Hope this helps Top This thread has been closed due to inactivity.
- if you have the IBM storage driver installed, you can use...
- Forgot to mention that the system is running VxVM and VxFS.
- Jaco Bezuidenhout replied Jun 3, 2015 Hi again guys, Bluezguy, you need more redundancy for your storage - merely my opinion, but so little paths and you have no flexibility either.
Is it stable? Then I tried a reboot but after the reboot I still have the same problems. All rights reserved. Jason Pay replied Jun 3, 2015 Forgive me for the delay in responding, I'm in Australia, so TZ issues...
The vscsi adapter's lscfg -vpl vscsi0 will have a slot number, this matches the slot number in the LPARs profile, and the VIO server has a matching vhost adapter thats linked Try: chpath -l hdisk0 -p vscsi0 -s enable run the lspath command again and confirm its gone back to Failed state, else it should be Enabled. Dell Technologies© 2016 EMC Corporation. find more They made a mirror snapshot of all the LUNs on the source side and swung the LUNs sround be seen on this new LPAR.
LUN 0x8200000000000000 if you take my script and find ... Note that during this procedure, you will be reducing the paths from 2 to 1, but note that vscsi paths, they are not MPIO (at the client at least - that I executed the chdev command, and it successfully cleared the PVID from this disk. # chdev -a pv=clear -l hdisk8 hdisk8 changed To ensure the object data manager (ODM) was consistent If only some paths are closed, then those paths might have experienced errors during the last time the device was opened.
bluesguyAZ59 replied Jun 2, 2015 Spoke too soon found this: How to change a VSCSI adapter on client: # lspath Enabled hdisk0 vscsi0 Enabled hdisk0 vscsi2 <--we want to change vsci2 http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1250297 The disk was assigned a new PVID, different from that of hdisk7. # chdev -a pv=yes -l hdisk8 hdisk8 changed # lspv hdisk8 00f604889bd16959 None hdisk7 00f6050a2cd79ef8 rootvg active From this Close this window and log in. You have personalised this issue so much that I can only pray that if you ever need help or assistance with anything, the help will be chasing you down with the
Any additional errors might cause the path to fail. have a peek at these guys If you do not have multipath software (like powerpath) yes you would have multiple entry for the same SAN LUN. I will try the above and let you know the result :)Regards,Khalid RE: Error After Upgrading SAN Firmware J1gh2 (MIS) 1 Aug 06 06:24 I am sorry for the confusion. When I ran the lsmpio (and lspath) commands on my system, I saw the following output: # oslevel -s 7100-03-01-1341 # lsmpio name path_id status path_status parent connection hdisk0 0 Enabled
its just the firmware of the controllercould you please lead me by an example of what you mean? This is the errpt entry form yesterday:-----------------------------------------------------------LABEL:FCP_ARRAY_ERR10IDENTIFIER:C86ACB7EDate/Time:Mon Jul 31 16:49:33 CDT 2006Sequence Number: 986Machine Id:00C543EF4C00Node Id:newlparClass:HType:INFOResource Name:hdisk1Resource Class:diskResource Type:arrayLocation: U7311.D20.6502EBB-CB1-C07-T1-W201400A0B8113424-L0DescriptionARRAY CONFIGURATION CHANGEDProbable CausesARRAY CONTROLLERCABLES AND CONNECTIONSFailure CausesARRAY CONTROLLERCABLES AND CONNECTIONSRecommended ActionsNO RE: Error After Upgrading SAN Firmware plamb (MIS) 10 Jul 06 20:19 if it is a IBM supported Fibre card goto he IBM microcode site(http://www14.software.ibm.com/webapp/set2/firmware/gjsn) and it will tell how to http://haywirerobotics.com/cannot-perform/cannot-perform-the-requested-operation-on-the-rdn-attribute.html In the end I had the wanted fcs0 , 1 ,2 and 3.
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So I have the following SAN devices: Code: # lsdev | grep fcs fcs0 Available 07-08 FC Adapter fcs1 Available 01-08 FC Adapter # lsdev | grep 07-08 dac0 Available 07-08-02
Please type your message and try again. 2 Replies Latest reply: Feb 14, 2013 12:32 AM by Archuperi721 Clone devices in AIX have two paths during clonning dsuarez Feb 8, 2013 hdisk1 for now should be one of the disks connected to SAN isn't it? if they are still missing then I think you should check your affected storage ports Log in to reply. Gallen, Switzerland Posts: 6,499 Thanks: 161 Thanked 533 Times in 466 Posts I don't know these, sorry.
Hall #7725 AIX System Administrator Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... All product names are trademarks of their respective companies. Jon Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... this content chpath -l hdisk3 -p vscsi0 -s disable rmpath -l hdisk3 -p vscsi0 check the attributes of vscsi0 - chdev them as appropriate cfgmgr run the lspath command again and confirm you
The uses didn't experience any degradation or so so i just left it as it is.But i've never faced the errors you have for now! not successful with this one
# lspath -l hdisk0 -F "connection:parent:path_status:status" 50050763091809bb,40c040b000000000:fscsi0:Missing:N/A 50050763091089bb,40c040b000000000:fscsi1:Available:Enabled 50050763093809bb,40c040b000000000:fscsi2:Available:Enabled 50050763093089bb,40c040b000000000:fscsi3:Available:Enabled # mkpath -l hdisk0 -p fscsi0 -w 50050763091809bb,40c040b000000000 Method error (/etc/methods/cfgscsidisk): 0514-077 do you remember? hdisk0 is the only disk in rootvg at the mo.
But on to other line items on my TO-DO-LIST for now I guess. I then logged on to the other lpar and ran cfgmgr. I have also found that hdisk1 dropped off from rootvg is defined but not available. I would think it's just a coincidence.