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INFORMATIONAL The speed of a disk PHY was renegotiated. This is normal behavior.

femsteenkamp
Occasional Visitor

INFORMATIONAL The speed of a disk PHY was renegotiated. This is normal behavior.

 

I have a SAN P2000 G3 with FC.

 

initally all drives showed transfer rate as 6.0GB.  as soon as Vdisks was being created it downgraded 10 of teh 24 disks to have an Transfer Rate of 3.0GB.

 

the logs just show this as "NORMAL" and eevn just lists it as informatinal.

 

10/11 07:53:53  DC_ChangeLinkSpeedThread restarting 0da41126 0:6
10/11 07:53:53  EVENT   PHY RATE CHANGED Encl:A01  Slot07 Drive            6.0G->3.0G
10/11 07:53:53  UpdateCfglimsInfo(0x1CE)
10/11 07:53:53  UpdateCfglimsInfo totals: snaps=0 MVs=0 BSs=0 MSs=0 SBSs=0 PSPs=0
10/11 07:53:53  DMS_RaidStateChange: start failover/initialization process
10/11 07:53:53  dms_failoverThreadEntryFunctions: initialization start
10/11 07:53:53  dms_failoverThreadEntryFunctions: initialization end
10/11 07:53:53  BldCtrlrStruct update, 1 vdisk, 1 vol, 12 drvs
10/11 07:53:53  CAPI CONFIGURATION CHANGE - reason = 111, ConfigSequenceNumber = 39
10/11 07:53:53  EMP0.0 500c0ff012cbbf3c LEDsOff

 

 

how could having a SAN with 10 of the 24 Disks only having a transfer speed of 3.0GB be considered normal for a product that is sold as supporting 6.0GB transfer rates.

 

how do you fix this so that all disks go back to 6.0GB transfer rates?

 

thanks

 

Fem

 

 

 

 

2 REPLIES
femsteenkamp
Occasional Visitor

Re: INFORMATIONAL The speed of a disk PHY was renegotiated. This is normal behavior.

All these evenst have

 

CAPI CONFIGURATION CHANGE - reason = 111

 

what is reason 111??

thanks

 

Johan Guldmyr
Honored Contributor

Re: INFORMATIONAL The speed of a disk PHY was renegotiated. This is normal behavior.

Do all disks have the same model number?

Also, isn't this speed the speed between each disk and the controller?
A spinning disk wouldn't get over 3G speed by itself anyway.