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Why the rp7420 changed the scsi id after system reboot?

 
public
Regular Advisor

Why the rp7420 changed the scsi id after system reboot?

The rp7420 was working fine. But why the scsi id chnaged after system reboot. It is embedded disk drive and no body changed the hardware configuration.
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Stefan Stechemesser
Honored Contributor

Re: Why the rp7420 changed the scsi id after system reboot?

Hi,

the ioscan fragments are not very useful. Is the disk with ID 5 really seen also after reboot ?
Could you attach the full 0/0/0/3 part of the ioscan -f output ?

Maybe the disk is not seated properly or bad ...
it looks a little bit like SCSI ID 5 (bin 0101) flipped to 13 (bin 1101). Maybe there is a loose pin or something like this on the disk ? Try to reseat it and do again an ioscan -f.

best regards

Stefan
public
Regular Advisor

Re: Why the rp7420 changed the scsi id after system reboot?

Due to it is production system and I will try it in maintenance slot! Thanks!