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FLT B800

 
eduardo bolo
Occasional Advisor

FLT B800

I can't boot even in single user mode. What should i do? Pls help!
FLT B800


Stored message buffer up to panic:

cent last): 16 accesses

1596, ISTAT<-40

100, ISTAT<-00

1, DCNTL<-01

0, SCNTL0<-cc

0, CTEST0<-50

2, DMODE<-c0

2, CTEST5<-00

0, CTEST8<-00

2, SCRATCH<-ff000000

2998290, SCNTL1<-08

64, SCNTL1<-00

84, SCID<-80

0, SCNTL1<-20

0, DIEN<-7f

0, SIEN0<-af

6999855, DSP<-001000f8

lsp: 5585e80

bp->b_dev: cb010000

scb->io_id: 1000001

scb->cdb: 12 00 00 00 80 00

lbolt_at_timeout: 3445, lbolt_at_start: 1945

lsp->state: 85

lbp->owner: 5585e80


SCSI: c720_timer:Abort abandoned -- lbolt: 7945, dev: cb010000

lbp->state: 6020

lbp->offset: f8

lbp->uPhysScript: 100000

From most recent interrupt:

ISTAT: 00, SIST0: 00, SIST1: 00, DSTAT: 00, DSPS: 00000000

NCR chip register access history (most recent last): 4 accesses

5156470, ISTAT<-20

999978, DCMD: 41

1, SBCL: 42

1, ISTAT: 20

lsp: 5585e80

bp->b_dev: cb010000

scb->io_id: 1000001

scb->cdb: 12 00 00 00 80 00

lbolt_at_timeout: 4745, lbolt_at_start: 4745

lsp->state: 18d

lbp->owner: 5585e80


SCSI: Request Timeout -- lbolt: 7945, dev: cb010000

lbp->state: 6021

lbp->offset: ffffffff

lbp->uPhysScript: 100000

From most recent interrupt:

ISTAT: 00, SIST0: 00, SIST1: 00, DSTAT: 00, DSPS: 00000000

NCR chip register access history (most recent last): 9 accesses

1060, ISTAT<-40

100, ISTAT<-00

1, DCNTL<-01

0, SCNTL0<-cc

0, CTEST0<-50

2, DMODE<-c0

1, CTEST5<-00

0, CTEST8<-00

2, SCRATCH<-ff000000

lsp: 5585e80

bp->b_dev: cb010000

scb->io_id: 1000001

scb->cdb: 12 00 00 00 80 00

lbolt_at_timeout: 4745, lbolt_at_start: 4745

lsp->state: 18d

lbp->owner: 5585e80

scratch_lsp: 0


SCSI: Abort abandoned -- lbolt: 7945, dev: cb010000, io_id: 1000001, status: 200


SCSI: Third party detected bus hang -- lbolt: 10645, bus: 1

lbp->state: 6028

lbp->offset: f8

lbp->uPhysScript: 100000

From most recent interrupt:

ISTAT: 00, SIST0: 00, SIST1: 00, DSTAT: 00, DSPS: 00000000

NCR chip register access history (most recent last): 13 accesses

1307, SCRATCH: ff000000

1, DSP: 00000000

190, ISTAT<-00

72, SBCL<-00

0, SXFER<-00

9997255, DSP<-001000f8

3, ISTAT<-20

15999995, DCMD: 98

1, SBCL: 42

1, ISTAT: 21

999997, DCMD: 98

1, SBCL: 42

1, ISTAT: 21

lsp: 0

lbp->owner: 59df5dc

bp->b_dev: cb010000

scb->io_id: 0

scb->cdb:

lbolt_at_timeout: 10445, lbolt_at_start: 8945

lsp->state: 86


SCSI: Resetting SCSI -- lbolt: 10945, bus: 1


SCSI: c720_reset_wait_done: LBP_RESET_PENDING -- lbolt: 11645, dev: cb010000

lbp->state: e028

lbp->offset: f8

lbp->uPhysScript: 100000

From most recent interrupt:

ISTAT: 00, SIST0: 00, SIST1: 00, DSTAT: 00, DSPS: 00000000

NCR chip register access history (most recent last): 16 accesses

1416, ISTAT<-40

100, ISTAT<-00

1, DCNTL<-01

0, SCNTL0<-cc

0, CTEST0<-50

2, DMODE<-c0

1, CTEST5<-00

0, CTEST8<-00

2, SCRATCH<-ff000000

2998471, SCNTL1<-08

63, SCNTL1<-00

86, SCID<-80

0, SCNTL1<-20

0, DIEN<-7f

0, SIEN0<-af

6999847, DSP<-001000f8

lsp: 59df5dc

bp->b_dev: cb010000

scb->io_id: 0

scb->cdb:

lbolt_at_timeout: 10445, lbolt_at_start: 8945

lsp->state: 86

lbp->owner: 59df5dc

I/O hardware probe timed out at path 8/16/5.0


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):

0x0027ac4c 0x002968e4 0x000a8a48 0x000a8ae0 0x00253dec 0x002504cc

0x0025ba50 0x000c5db0 0x000c7eb8

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

5 REPLIES 5
skt_skt
Honored Contributor

Re: FLT B800

did u try booting in LVM maintennace mode?
eduardo bolo
Occasional Advisor

Re: FLT B800

yes, but im always getting the same message
Khairy
Esteemed Contributor

Re: FLT B800

hi eduardo,

this is clearly disk problem.

Replace the disk and from boot handler, boot the tape which contain your make_tape_recovery backup.

1) search for tape in boot handler. It may take a while.
bch> sea

2) Look for device which are tagged as sequential device. Insert the tape and boot it.
bch > boot p0

3) It should be able to recover straight away as there are no hardware difference. The only diff is you replace the dead disk.

Rgds

Andrew Rutter
Honored Contributor

Re: FLT B800

hi,

the fault codes starting with B are all OS dump codes.

the system is starting to load then crash for some reason or other.

likely hood its either the disk has got some bad sectors and cannot be read, but dont rule out the scsi IO board aswell, as you have lots of scsi errors aswell as lbolts.

looks like a new disk and re-install or recovery

Andy
eduardo bolo
Occasional Advisor

Re: FLT B800

Thnks for your replies....Ill do the system recovery when i go back to our client....this will surely help me solve our problem