Summary: A1000 lad issue

From: Truax, Bruce (GE Commercial Finance, NonGE) <>
Date: Fri Jan 28 2005 - 17:24:00 EST

I have a solution to my A1000 lad issue. The original message was:

		I have an A1000 exhibiting odd behavior. It appears to be operating
correctly except for when I go to view the luns using lad. Lad reports 10, yes
10, identical instances of the controller. Since the machine is in a test
environment, I have been able to connect it to a "clean" machine and I get the
same results. Has anyone seen this before and is it caused by the controller?
I have tried a different, known good terminator and cable to eliminate any
"echo" on the SCSI bus.

I received 3 responses, 2 of which had me verify the connection to the server
and validating the terminator's condition. The 3rd response from  David Deaves
solved my issue. His response read:

		The only times I have seen things occur multiple times on a scsi bus is when
their scsi id matched the controller's (normally 7), so maybe check that.

After checking the ID, I discovered I had overlooked this and Dave was right.

Again, Thanks for the help.
sunmanagers mailing list
Received on Fri Jan 28 17:24:30 2005

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.8 : Thu Mar 03 2016 - 06:43:43 EST