SUMMARY: RM6 (6.22.1) "Unable To Scan Module"

From: Wianecki, Christopher <>
Date: Tue Aug 26 2003 - 14:49:52 EDT
Thanks to Andreas I was able to resolve my problem. We also did take all
disks out, I did boot -r, then boot -r with disks and I got back my arrays.
We also did upgrade firmware on our A1000 and now it looks good.

Thanks again to all for help


-----Original Message-----
From: Andres Rojas [] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2003 2:10 PM
To: Wianecki, Christopher
Subject: Re: RM6 (6.22.1) "Unable To Scan Module"

I found this suggestion in the Sunsolve database

See steps 4 & 5 on page 29 of 806-7792-14...


- Andres.

Have a small problem that I don't know how to resolve.

I had run script that was located in rm6_6.22.1/Tools directory
so that I could create more than 8 LUN's on my A1000.
I restarted the system with boot -r then I went to create LIN 8 (which is
the 9th LUN on that array. After that I am getting messages "Unable To Scan

What I did wrong? Can I correct this error? Sun came over and they want to
replace controller, I think controller is just fine.

./healthck  -a

Health Check Summary Information

carlton_001:              Unable To Scan Module
carlton_002:              Optimal

healthck succeeded!
c1t5d0 1T92678822 LUNS: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
c2t5d0 1T92371006 LUNS: 0
./raidutil -c c1t5d0 -i
LUNs found on c1t5d0.
  LUN 0    RAID 0    17234 MB
  LUN 1    RAID 0    17234 MB
  LUN 2    RAID 0    17234 MB
  LUN 3    RAID 0    17234 MB
  LUN 4    RAID 0    17234 MB
  LUN 5    RAID 0    17234 MB
  LUN 6    RAID 0    17234 MB
  LUN 7    RAID 0    17234 MB

Can't open device 1T92678822:8 status = 8.  Aborting

raidutil failed!
I think that 9th LUN is giving me a problem. How can I correct this error?
Files that were modified:


add32lun could caused /etc/osa/rmparams, /kernel/drv/sd.conf and
/kernel/drv/rdriver.conf to be modified.  Please make a backup copy
of these files, exit all RM6 applications then type yes to continue
or no to terminate (yes/no)? yes
add32lun: Please perform a reconfiguration boot (boot -r) on the system
at your next convenience so the driver can address the additional luns.

Help is greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

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