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Domain panic

Md. Farhan A Azam
Trusted Contributor

Domain panic

Hi Gurus,

One domain is paniced and filesets are not mounted. Other domain and filesets are working fine. Plz suggest.

# /sbin/voldctl no enable
lsm:voldctl: ERROR: Cannot open /dev/volinfo: No such file or directory

# /sbin/vold
lsm:vold: ERROR: cannot open /dev/volconfig: No such file or directory

# /usr/sbin/volinfo
lsm:volinfo: ERROR: IPC failure: Configuration daemon is not accessible

Jul 31 08:15:13 host1 vmunix: Found bad xor in sbm_total_free_space! Corrupted SBM metadata file!
Jul 31 08:15:13 host1 vmunix:
Jul 31 08:15:13 host1 vmunix: AdvFS Domain Panic; Domain oracle_dmn Id 0x3a14fa5c.00013a5e
Jul 31 08:15:13 host1 vmunix: An AdvFS domain panic has occurred due to either a metadata write error or an internal inconsistency. This domain is being rendered inaccessible.
Jul 31 08:15:13 host1 vmunix: Please refer to guidelines in AdvFS Guide to File System Administration regarding what steps to take to recover this domain.
Jul 31 08:15:13 host1 vmunix:

Sep 24 15:53:33 host1 vmunix: Incorrect tag (0.0) in mcell. Expected 6bd6.8002.
Sep 24 15:53:33 host1 vmunix: AdvFS Domain Panic; Domain oracle_dmn Id 0x3a14fa5c.00013a5e
Sep 24 15:53:33 host1 vmunix: An AdvFS domain panic has occurred due to either a metadata write error or an internal inconsistency. This domain is being rendered inaccessible.
Sep 24 15:53:33 host1 vmunix: Please refer to guidelines in AdvFS Guide to File System Administration regarding what steps to take to recover this domain.





3 REPLIES
Rob Leadbeater
Honored Contributor

Re: Domain panic

Hi,

What's the hardware configuration ?
What OS ?

Domain panics are usually caused by some form of hardware issue, but knowing nothing about your setup it's very difficult to offer any advice.

Regards,

Rob
Md. Farhan A Azam
Trusted Contributor

Re: Domain panic

hi,

OSF1 srvr1 V5.0 910 alpha

DS 20 Alpha
Rob Leadbeater
Honored Contributor

Re: Domain panic

Hi,

I still know nothing of your hardware configuration...

The output of the following commands might help:

# sizer -v
# hwmgr view hier
# hwmgr view dev

Cheers,
Rob