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VA 7400

Slobodan Malbasic
Occasional Contributor

VA 7400

Non redundant disk access !!!

What is solutions ???

Thanks.
1 REPLY
Mark van Silfhout
Trusted Contributor

Re: VA 7400

Hi,
The configuration of the subsystem is such that one or more drives has only a single path of access to it. In the event of failure of that access path, that drive would become inaccessible to the subsystem. This condition can arise from specific drive failures as well as misconfiguration of the loop pairs.

Solution - The output from the Discover Subsystem command should show the cause of the lack of redundancy.

My guess would be a problem with the loop pairs.

Hope this helps,
Mark