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HPUX 10.20 Boot Stuck

 
Sunil Garg
Occasional Advisor

HPUX 10.20 Boot Stuck

HPUX 10.20 boot is stuck here:

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/sbin/ioinitrc:

/sbin/bcheckrc:
Checking for LVM volume groups and Activating (if any exist)
Volume group "/dev/vg00" has been successfully changed.
Activated volume group
Volume group "/dev/vg01" has been successfully changed.
Activated volume group
Volume group "/dev/vg02" has been successfully changed.
Activated volume group
Volume group "/dev/vg03" has been successfully changed.
Activated volume group
Volume group "/dev/vg04" has been successfully changed.
Activated volume group
Volume group "/dev/vg05" has been successfully changed.
Activated volume group
Volume group "/dev/vg06" has been successfully changed.
Activated volume group
Volume group "/dev/vg07" has been successfully changed.
Activated volume group
Volume group "/dev/vg08" has been successfully changed.
Activated volume group
Volume group "/dev/vg09" has been successfully changed.
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Nothing moves after this line.

Don't know, how to proceed further? Need advice, what could be wrong with the server?

3 REPLIES 3
Sunil Garg
Occasional Advisor

Re: HPUX 10.20 Boot Stuck

Now getting this error message:

 



Stored message buffer up to panic:
00080000
                  999996, ISTAT: 00
        lsp: 0
        lbp->owner: 54ef000
                bp->b_dev: cb010002
                scb->io_id: 1000001
                scb->cdb: 12 00 00 00 80 00
                lbolt_at_timeout: 3022, lbolt_at_start: 1522
                lsp->state: 85

SCSI: Resetting SCSI -- lbolt: 22822, bus: 1

SCSI: Third party detected bus hang -- lbolt: 23222, bus: 1
                lbp->state: 4020
                lbp->offset: 0
                lbp->uPhysScript: 80000
        From most recent interrupt:
                ISTAT: 00, SIST0: 00, SIST1: 00, DSTAT: 00, DSPS: 00000000
        NCR chip register access history (most recent last): 27 accesses
                       1, SCNTL0<-c8
                       0, CTEST4: 80
                       1, CTEST4<-88
                       0, SCRATCHB<-00000000
                       0, DSA<-ffffffce
                       0, SCRATCHA<-ff000000
                  998828, SCNTL1<-08
                      63, SCNTL1<-00
                      55, RESPID0<-80
                       0, RESPID1<-00
                       0, SCID<-47
                       0, DIEN<-7f
                       0, SIEN0<-8f
                       0, SIEN1<-ef
                 3999879, DSP<-00080000
                       3, ISTAT: 00
        lsp: 0
        lbp->owner: 54ef000
                bp->b_dev: cb010002
                scb->io_id: 1000001
                scb->cdb: 12 00 00 00 80 00
                lbolt_at_timeout: 3022, lbolt_at_start: 1522
                lsp->state: 85

SCSI: Resetting SCSI -- lbolt: 23322, bus: 1

SCSI: Third party detected bus hang -- lbolt: 23722, bus: 1
                lbp->state: 4020
                lbp->offset: 0
                lbp->uPhysScript: 80000
        From most recent interrupt:
                ISTAT: 00, SIST0: 00, SIST1: 00, DSTAT: 00, DSPS: 00000000
        NCR chip register access history (most recent last): 27 accesses
                       1, SCNTL0<-c8
                       0, CTEST4: 80
                       1, CTEST4<-88
                       0, SCRATCHB<-00000000
                       0, DSA<-ffffffce
                       0, SCRATCHA<-ff000000
                  998829, SCNTL1<-08
                      63, SCNTL1<-00
                      55, RESPID0<-80
                       0, RESPID1<-00
                       0, SCID<-47
                       0, DIEN<-7f
                       0, SIEN0<-8f
                       0, SIEN1<-ef
                 3999879, DSP<-00080000
                       3, ISTAT: 00
        lsp: 0
        lbp->owner: 54ef000
                bp->b_dev: cb010002
                scb->io_id: 1000001
                scb->cdb: 12 00 00 00 80 00
                lbolt_at_timeout: 3022, lbolt_at_start: 1522
                lsp->state: 85

SCSI: Resetting SCSI -- lbolt: 23822, bus: 1

SCSI: Third party detected bus hang -- lbolt: 24222, bus: 1
                lbp->state: 4020
                lbp->offset: 0
                lbp->uPhysScript: 80000
        From most recent interrupt:
                ISTAT: 00, SIST0: 00, SIST1: 00, DSTAT: 00, DSPS: 00000000
        NCR chip register access history (most recent last): 27 accesses
                       1, SCNTL0<-c8
                       0, CTEST4: 80
                       1, CTEST4<-88
                       0, SCRATCHB<-00000000
                       0, DSA<-ffffffce
                       0, SCRATCHA<-ff000000
                  998829, SCNTL1<-08
                      63, SCNTL1<-00
                      55, RESPID0<-80
                       0, RESPID1<-00
                       0, SCID<-47
                       0, DIEN<-7f
                       0, SIEN0<-8f
                       0, SIEN1<-ef
                 3999879, DSP<-00080000
                       3, ISTAT: 00
        lsp: 0
        lbp->owner: 54ef000
                bp->b_dev: cb010002
                scb->io_id: 1000001
                scb->cdb: 12 00 00 00 80 00
                lbolt_at_timeout: 3022, lbolt_at_start: 1522
                lsp->state: 85

SCSI: Resetting SCSI -- lbolt: 24322, bus: 1

SCSI: Third party detected bus hang -- lbolt: 24722, bus: 1
                lbp->state: 4020
                lbp->offset: 0
                lbp->uPhysScript: 80000
        From most recent interrupt:
                ISTAT: 00, SIST0: 00, SIST1: 00, DSTAT: 00, DSPS: 00000000
        NCR chip register access history (most recent last): 27 accesses
                       1, SCNTL0<-c8
                       0, CTEST4: 80
                       1, CTEST4<-88
                       0, SCRATCHB<-00000000
                       0, DSA<-ffffffce
                       0, SCRATCHA<-ff000000
                  998829, SCNTL1<-08
                      63, SCNTL1<-00
                      55, RESPID0<-80
                       0, RESPID1<-00
                       0, SCID<-47
                       0, DIEN<-7f
                       0, SIEN0<-8f
                       0, SIEN1<-ef
                 3999879, DSP<-00080000
                       3, ISTAT: 00
        lsp: 0
        lbp->owner: 54ef000
                bp->b_dev: cb010002
                scb->io_id: 1000001
                scb->cdb: 12 00 00 00 80 00
                lbolt_at_timeout: 3022, lbolt_at_start: 1522
                lsp->state: 85

SCSI: Resetting SCSI -- lbolt: 24822, bus: 1
I/O hardware probe timed out at path 8/4.8

System Panic:
   9245XB HP-UX (B.10.20) #1: Sun Jun  9 06:31:19 PDT 1996
panic: (display==0xb800, flags==0x0) I/O system hang

PC-Offset Stack Trace (read across, most recent is 1st):
  0x0021c7a4  0x00238908  0x0009b270  0x0009b308  0x001f5a94  0x001f228c
  0x001fd6f0  0x000b6c04  0x000b8a90
End Of Stack
It was not possible for the kernel to find a process
that caused this crash.


Dumpsys() called

WARNING: Early dump not configured; ** contact your HP support representative **
WARNING: Can't initialize dump device

Dumpsys() failed, returned 4294967295

Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: HPUX 10.20 Boot Stuck

> HPUX 10.20 boot is stuck [...]

   On what system type?

> SCSI: Third party detected bus hang -- lbolt: 23222, bus: 1

   I know nothing, but I'd guess that you have a bad SCSI adapter or
device (disk?).

   In order of increasing desperation, I'd probably:

   Look for a suspicious LED indicator on one drive (or on the adapter).

   Remove some disks.

   Remove other disks.

   Presumably, you have all those volume groups for a reason, so you can
expect some trouble when you remove any disk, but almost anything might
be better than a hung SCSI bus.

Patrick Wallek
Honored Contributor

Re: HPUX 10.20 Boot Stuck

The device that is causing your issue is: b_dev: cb010002

I believe this corresponds to c1t0d0, but I can't tell what it is.

Whatever it is, it is causing problems on the SCSI bus.

 

Note that this is also along the 8/4.8 hardware path, per the messages you posted.