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Error of disk in the LUN of FC60

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breno sobral
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Error of disk in the LUN of FC60

I'm with problem in a disk (3:8) of my LUN, it does not answer.
#amdsp - fc60
LUN Status Capacity Ctrl RAID Segment
----------------------------------------
1 DEGRD:WAIT REPAIR 101.6 GB B 5 16

Disks
1:8 2:8 3:8 4:8

SCSI Channel:ID = 3:8
Enclosure = 2
Slot (0-based) = 1
Disk State = NO RESPONSE
Disk Group and Type = 094CA200123DD918A2 LUN
Capacity = 0.0 GB
Manufacturer and Model = NO_VENDOR NO_MODEL
Serial Number = NO_SERIAL_NUM
Firmware Revision = NO_FW_REV


When I place a new disk in the place of it, its status is FALIED.
SCSI Channel:ID = 3:8
Enclosure = 2
Slot (0-based) = 1
Disk State = FAILED--CAUSE UNKNOWN
Disk Group and Type = 094CA200123DD918A2 LUN
Capacity = 33.9 GB
Manufacturer and Model = SEAGATE ST336704LC
Serial Number = 3CD07FX5
Firmware Revision = HP03


#amutil - D 3:8 fc60
Error in command execution, "RMT_AM60ERRORSTATUS_MSG"

AM60ERR : ERR_COMMAND_FAILED
AM60ERR QUAL : FAIL_DISK
MODULE_CODE_ID : SUBSYSTEM
COMMAND STATE : A SCSI error occurred
ERROR NUMBER : 2

Sense Key = 0x05: "ILLEGAL REQUEST"
Additional Sense Code = 0x94
Additional Sense Code Qual = 0x01

Decoded SCSI Sense:
Invalid Request Due to Current Logical Unit Ownership

amutil: Error in command execution


As I make it disk to be with status OPTIMAL?
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Brian M Rawlings
Honored Contributor
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Re: Error of disk in the LUN of FC60

I think the message at the very end is probably the most useful to you:
...
Decoded SCSI Sense:
Invalid Request Due to Current Logical Unit Ownership

amutil: Error in command execution
...
My guess is that the disk you installed has LUN information on it from its previous life, and the FC60 does not want to wipe out potentially important information, and defaults to NOT using any disk on which it can read LUN header/control info.

It's been a while on the FC60s, but I'm quite sure there is some sort of 'force' or other override function to allow you to use this as a replacement disk. You just have to specifically tell the FC60 to use this disk, regardless of its content.

Sorry I can't be more specific. Holy cow, has it really been 7 years since I've played with one of those? My FC60 files have been archived, and I'm getting an error on recovery.

Hopefully you have HP support to call, or manuals. You might find manuals at www.docs.hp.com for this old beast. The good news is, you *clearly* had a failed drive (nothing could be read from it), and now this drive CAN be read (model, firmware rev, etc, plus the LUN header info that is jamming you up). So, if you can figure out how to force the disk to be wiped and used as a replacement disk, you should be good to go.

Regards, --bmr
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