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MKR_1
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stm

I got a disk failure message from EMS.The disk is part of the disk array HP A5277A.Problem is I dont see the disks part of the diskarray displayed in the system map of stm.
Please advice how could I run a stm report on the particular disk
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Michal Kapalka (mikap)
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Re: stm

hi,


check /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log for EMS messages,


grep EMS /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log

if you find an entry. and them execute the command from resmon

mikap
MKR_1
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Re: stm

Thats already done.My question here is why the system map in stm is not displaying the disks in the disk array
Michal Kapalka (mikap)
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Re: stm

hi,

maybe you don't have it configured,

what type of FISK array do you have ??

is it FC60 ???

mikap
MKR_1
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Re: stm

Yes FC60
Torsten.
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Re: stm

IIRC you can select the disk controller and run a certain tool from STM.


But better to use "amdsp" to get the status.

Hope this helps!
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MKR_1
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Re: stm

Hi Mike

Please let me know if anything to be configured
Torsten.
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Re: stm

As said, use "amdsp"!!!

Hope this helps!
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MKR_1
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Re: stm

Hi Torsten

Thanks for that.I am just curious to know why the disks are not getting displayed in stm in this particular,since I am able to see them in other server with the same STM version.
Torsten.
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Re: stm

Really?

I would assume the disks of an array are invisible to the OS (e.g. ioscan, stm, etc.), because they are "hidden" by the array controller. At least this is true for all arrays I know.

For exactly this reason there are special tools for all kind of arrays.

Hope this helps!
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Re: stm

>> I am able to see them in other server with the same STM version.


I assume you see LUNs, not disks.

Hope this helps!
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MKR_1
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Re: stm

You are right Torsten.They are all LUNs.Thanks for the clarification
Torsten.
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Re: stm

Try to get the array ID from

# amdsp -i

then do

# amdsp -d

or better

# amdsp -a

Hope this helps!
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Michael Steele_2
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Re: stm

Hi

This is not unusual. (* Right Torsten? :-) *)

Run 'rmsf -H' on the HW path to clear out the ioconfig file and the kernel and the /dev directory.

You probably have the same errors showing up under /etc/opt/resmon/logs.
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