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SCSI Gross Error on rp7410

Seth Baker
Occasional Advisor

SCSI Gross Error on rp7410

We had a disk go bad in our HP2300 and replaced it. Now it's giving a SCSI Gross Error so HP advised me to replace the SCSI card which I did. We are still getting the same errors after the SCSI card replacement. Any ideas?


SCSI Gross Error on 1/0/6/0/1:
shadowed SIST0 00 shadowed SIST1 08.
SCSI: isrEscape Controller at 1/0/6/0/1.

SCSI: -- lbolt: 7765625, dev: 1f091000
lbp->state: 30008
lbp->offset: ffffffff
lbp->nominalOffset: 4f8
lbp->Cmdindex: 18
lbp->last_nexus_index: 5e
lbp->nexus_index: 5f
uCmdSent: 18005e00 uNexus_offset: 9577c
last lbp->puStatus [0000000071ee575c]:
00030079 00030079 00030079 00030079
next lbp->puStatus [0000000071ee576c]:
From most recent interrupt:
ISTAT: 02, SIST0: 0c, SIST1: 00, DSTAT: 80, DSPS: 00000000
lsp: 0x00000000784bbc00
00030079 00030079 00030079 00030079
bp->b_dev: 1f091000
scb->io_id: 908a0d1
scb->cdb: 28 00 00 00 49 60 00 00 10 00
lbolt_at_timeout: 0, lbolt_at_start: 0
lsp->state: 4005
Jump Table entry [fffffff070042d78]: 00000079 b0042288
lsp->puScript [0000000071ee1000]:
09002000 00238000 00000000 78370000
00000000 80080000 b0042288 00000000
DSAtbl->host_iocb_index: 18
DSAtbl->host_iocb_addr: 95e00
stored scratcha: 0xff030079
scratch_lsp: 0x00000000784bbc00
c8xx_iocb [fffffff070042b00]:
18005e00 ff000079 00091000 9f011f80
00000003 00095de0 0000000a 00095de8
Pre-DSP script dump [0000000071ee1000]: 09002000
Script dump [0000000071ee1004]:
00238000 00000000 78370000 00000000
80080000 b0042288 00000000 80080000
NCR chip register dump for: 0x400200a
00: SCNTL3: 9f SCNTL2: 80 SCNTL1: 00 SCNTL0: da
04: GPREG: 0b SDID: 01 SXFER: 1f SCID: 47
08: SBCL: 00 SSID: 81 SOCL: 00 SFBR: 00
0c: SSTAT2: 0a SSTAT1: 09 SSTAT0: 00 DSTAT: 80
10: DSA: b0042b00
14: MBOX1: 00 MBOX0: 00 ISTAT1: 00 ISTAT: 00
1c: TEMP: 00091000
24: DCMDDBC: 0d0004e4
28: DNAD: 00239b20
2c: DSP: 0009100c
30: DSPS: 00238000
34: SCRATCHA: ff030079
38: DCNTL: a1 DWT: 00 DIEN: 7f DMODE: 4c
3c: ADDER: 002c900c
40: SIST1: 00 SIST0: 00 SIEN1: 97 SIEN0: 8f
44: GPCNTL: 2f MACNTL: 00 SWIDE: 00 SLPAR: 00
48: RESPID1: 00 RESPID0: 80 STIME1: 00 STIME0: fc
4c: STEST3: 80 STEST2: 00 STEST1: 0c STEST0: 76
50: RESV50: 00 RESV51: c0 SIDL1: 00 SIDL0: 00
54: CCNTL1: 01 CCNTL0: 01 SODL1: 00 SODL0: 00
58: RESV58: 00 RESV59: 00 SBDL1: 00 SBDL0: 00
5c: SCRATCHB: 00010001
60: SCRATCHC: c0ffffff
64: SCRATCHD: 00091000
68: SCRATCHE: b0042d7c
6c: SCRATCHF: 00090f00
70: SCRATCHG: 9f011f80
74: SCRATCHH: 0009577c
78: SCRATCHI: 09819f1f
7c: SCRATCHJ: 18005e00
bc: SCNTL4: 80
PCI configuration register dump:
Command: 0157
Latency Timer: ff
Cache Line Size: 10

SCSI: Resetting SCSI -- lbolt: 7765725, bus: 9 path: 1/0/6/0/1
SCSI: Reset detected -- lbolt: 7765725, bus: 9 path: 1/0/6/0/1
------ EMS Event Notification ------ Value: "MAJORWARNING (3)" for Resource: "/storage/events/disks/default/1_0_6_0_1.2.0" (Threshold: >= " 3") Execute the following command to obtain event details: /opt/resmon/bin/resdata -R 196411436 -r /storage/events/disks/default/1_0_6_0_1.2.0 -n 196411393 -a

------ EMS Event Notification ------ Value: "MAJORWARNING (3)" for Resource: "/storage/events/disks/default/1_0_6_0_1.0.0" (Threshold: >= " 3") Execute the following command to obtain event details: /opt/resmon/bin/resdata -R 196411430 -r /storage/events/disks/default/1_0_6_0_1.0.0 -n 196411394 -a
------ EMS Event Notification ------ Value: "MAJORWARNING (3)" for Resource: "/storage/events/disks/default/1_0_6_0_1.1.0" (Threshold: >= " 3") Execute the following command to obtain event details: /opt/resmon/bin/resdata -R 196411433 -r /storage/events/disks/default/1_0_6_0_1.1.0 -n 196411395 -a
------ EMS Event Notification ------ Value: "SERIOUS (4)" for Resource: "/storage/events/disks/default/1_0_6_0_1.1.0" (Threshold: >= " 3") Execute the following command to obtain event details: /opt/resmon/bin/resdata -R 196411433 -r /storage/events/disks/default/1_0_6_0_1.1.0 -n 196411396 -a
3 REPLIES
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: SCSI Gross Error on rp7410

Shalom,

HP hardware should really come out, do a complete diagnosis and keep replacing hardware until this problem goes away.

If its not the card, it may be the system bus, requiring a mother/system board replacement. Cables are cheap and should be replaced before that step.

SEP
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Denver Osborn
Honored Contributor

Re: SCSI Gross Error on rp7410

keep it simple. If you replaced a disk and the scsi resets began after introducing a new disk, does the issue stop if you remove that disk? If so, you probably installed a bad disk. If not, then focus on the scsi cable, terminator and ds2300 chassis before going the route of the rp7410 h/w. I would've replaced a cable or terminator before getting to the scsi hba.

Hope this helps,
-denver
Sandy Chen
Honored Contributor

Re: SCSI Gross Error on rp7410

Hi,

Try the terminator, I've got similar case with the culprit is the terminator.

Regards,
Sandy
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