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MSL6030 Writing to tape error

Jason Ng Teng Po
Frequent Advisor

MSL6030 Writing to tape error

Hi,

Ok, I had already stack 2 MSL6030 with PTM. So I will be 4 drives, 0,1,2,3.

Using DP to write a tape at drive number 3, it writes for a few KBs then aborted and gave me this error in Virtual management log.

Num Date/Time sysUpTime Message

1. 06/11/2008 08:16:08 0d00h03m26.91s Event log erased by Operator

2. 06/11/2008 08:16:18 0d00h03m39.73s CHK COND with Sense Key=0xB, ASC=0x47, ASCQ=0x3 from SCSI LUN 0/1/0

3. 06/11/2008 08:20:12 0d00h09m05.61s Initiating Dynamic Mapping Changes Update on FCP port 0

4. 06/11/2008 08:20:13 0d00h09m05.73s Dynamic Mapping Updates stored from HTTP I/F; now updating local config for Async I/F

5. 06/11/2008 08:21:05 0d00h10m18.91s CHK COND with Sense Key=0xB, ASC=0x47, ASCQ=0x3 from SCSI LUN 0/1/0

Num Date/Time sysUpTime Message

Even I use the TAR command in HP-UX also gave me the same output.

Anyone have this experience or solution to solve this?

Thanks

 

 

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2 REPLIES
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: MSL6030 Writing to tape error

If this is fiber channel attached you should check the NSR mapping.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Jason Ng Teng Po
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Re: MSL6030 Writing to tape error

Yes it is fiber attached. Can you tell me where exactly in the NSR should I look into to configure?