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pradeep m
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Re: Ignite Backup Error Message

From the output, I notice that all the 4 lunpaths to the disk56 is in FAILED state. (Ideal state should be Active or Standby)

 

Extract from command output:
# scsimgr get_info all_lpt -D /dev/rdisk/disk56

STATUS INFORMATION FOR LUN PATH : lunpath67
Generic Status Information
SCSI services internal state = UNOPEN
Open close state = FAILED
....
STATUS INFORMATION FOR LUN PATH : lunpath34
Generic Status Information
SCSI services internal state = UNOPEN
Open close state = FAILED
....
STATUS INFORMATION FOR LUN PATH : lunpath90
Generic Status Information
SCSI services internal state = UNOPEN
Open close state = FAILED
.....
STATUS INFORMATION FOR LUN PATH : lunpath118
Generic Status Information
SCSI services internal state = UNOPEN
Open close state = FAILED
...
World Wide Identifier (WWID) = 0x00173800037210df

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You may also check the LUN state for other disks(disk57,58,59,60,61,62,64,94) reported in the error message. 

 

I suspect these failed LUN's are causing the issue. fixing this lun issue would all the make_net_recovery to work fine.  

Regards,
Pradeep

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samarah
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Re: Ignite Backup Error Message

Thanks for the help guys... :-) 

 

God Bless.....

jerrym
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Re: Ignite Backup Error Message

So what is the fix for this? I have the same problem but I don't care about the old Aglie disk entries after we migrated to new storage. If I try to remove them with rmsf I get the following errors when running make_net_recovery.

 

Before:

 

      * Scanning system for IO devices...
ERROR:   Unable to open device special file /dev/rdisk/disk260: No such device
         or address (errno = 6).  Cannot determine bootability of paths.

 

After:

 

 * Scanning system for IO devices...

ERROR:   Could not determine dsf for device with unique name
         "0x01.0x00.0x03.0x60060480000190105067533030314533".  Cannot determine
         bootabilty of paths.

Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Ignite Backup Error Message

>So what is the fix for this?

 

I think your problem is different.  These topics imply you must still have the Legacy DFS names:

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Ignite-UX/Ignite-and-agile-persistent-device-file-support/m-p/5717303

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Ignite-UX/Latest-ignite-requires-Legacy-devices-on-11iv3/m-p/4781899