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Question with VA7100

Veron Le_1
Occasional Advisor

Question with VA7100

Hi

I has a question with VA7100 (A6263AZ).

I has it with dual controller connecting to FC switch using 2x FC cable.

Now, one controller is failed, the NO_HW is showed under this controller path. I replace a new one, everything seems to be OK, the green battery is flashing but it still show NO_HW under this controller path. Do I need further action after I replace a new controller.

My system is cluster one. pls refer to attached draw.

Thanks for help.
Veron

 

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from General to Disk array. - Hp Forum Moderator

4 REPLIES
Karthik S S
Honored Contributor

Re: Question with VA7100

Do a,

ioscan -fnC disk
insf -e -C disk

may be the instance numbers got changed. I mean you may not see the disks using the same path (it might have changed from cxtxdx to cytydy).

-Karthik S S
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Jan de Vries
Advisor

Re: Question with VA7100

If might to run the fcmsutil replace_dsk command because of the new WWN in that replacement controller...
Regards,
Jan de Vries
Advisor

Re: Question with VA7100

Look at syslog to see if it complains about an N_port that cannot be connected to anymore. You should use that N_port id with the replace_dsk command.
Regards,
Veron Le_1
Occasional Advisor

Re: Question with VA7100

Hi,

I am running MC/SG. If instand number changed, my Cluster will be crashed.

I want nothing changed after I've replaced new controller.

But Whenever instand number changed, the "CLAIMED" should be showed up instead of "NO_HW"

Any help???
Veron