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RA3000

Hi I got RA3000 Installed with KZPBA-CB Host Adapter on Tru64 V4.0F

I configured 6 virtual disk as JBOD to RA3000

on the OS side i got this output? its unusual.
Anybody can help?

# scu show edt

CAM Equipment Device Table (EDT) Information:

Device: BF00963643 Bus: 0, Target: 0, Lun: 0, Type: Direct Access
Device: BF00963643 Bus: 0, Target: 1, Lun: 0, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 0, Lun: 0, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 0, Lun: 1, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 0, Lun: 2, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 0, Lun: 3, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 0, Lun: 4, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 0, Lun: 5, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 1, Lun: 0, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 1, Lun: 1, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 1, Lun: 2, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 1, Lun: 3, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 1, Lun: 4, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 1, Lun: 5, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 2, Lun: 0, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 2, Lun: 1, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 2, Lun: 2, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 2, Lun: 3, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 2, Lun: 4, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 2, Lun: 5, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 3, Lun: 0, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 3, Lun: 1, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 3, Lun: 2, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 3, Lun: 3, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 3, Lun: 4, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 3, Lun: 5, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 4, Lun: 0, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 4, Lun: 1, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 4, Lun: 2, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 4, Lun: 3, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 4, Lun: 4, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 4, Lun: 5, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 5, Lun: 0, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 5, Lun: 1, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 5, Lun: 2, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 5, Lun: 3, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 5, Lun: 4, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 5, Lun: 5, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 6, Lun: 0, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 6, Lun: 1, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 6, Lun: 2, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 6, Lun: 3, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 6, Lun: 4, Type: Direct Access
Device: HSZ22 Bus: 1, Target: 6, Lun: 5, Type: Direct Access
Device: CRD-8402B Bus: 2, Target: 0, Lun: 0, Type: Read-Only Direct Access

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Vladimir Fabecic
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Solution

Re: RA3000

It was a long time ago I worked with RA3000.
As far I can remember there was a software kit that should be installed on TRU64. That kit came with RA3000.
I will try to remember.
In vino veritas, in VMS cluster
Vladimir Fabecic
Honored Contributor

Re: RA3000

There was a RA3000 solution software kit for TRU64.
Part number was QB-5TWAB-SA
In vino veritas, in VMS cluster
SCSI Error
Regular Advisor

Re: RA3000

Could someone know where to download?
Vladimir Fabecic
Honored Contributor

Re: RA3000

Not sure it can be downloaded.
It had to be ordered from Compaq (now HP).
But maybe someone has it.
In vino veritas, in VMS cluster
Hein van den Heuvel
Honored Contributor

Re: RA3000

RA3000 (HSZ22) had basic support in 4.0D (problem with file), and full support in 4.0E. But then later it was not support in 5.x cluster environments. Is this a cluster?

Anyway... display sure looks odd.

I would suspect hardware.

Triple-check cabling and active/passive termination.
Maybe provide details here.

To really allow us to help you, please share the configuration as defined on the RA3000 (HSZ22?)

Specifically the output for
SHOW UNITS
SHOW THIS

Regards,
Hein.
SCSI Error
Regular Advisor

Re: RA3000

Hi Hein,

Its just a standalone system.

doesnt show the output for SHOW UNITS and SHOW THIS in SRM console.
Hein van den Heuvel
Honored Contributor

Re: RA3000

Ah sorry for not elaborating, those would be HSZ commands.

Either use HSZTERM nee SCSI$PAD, /usr/lbin/hsxterm5 in V5+
fromt eh Tyru64 box ... if you have a good connection or use a direct terminal connection (recent PuTTY, hyperterm,...) to the serial line on the HSZ22.

hein.

SCSI Error
Regular Advisor

Re: RA3000

Hi Got it working on a Hyperterminal.

and Im in the menu.

I can see 6 luns configured as JBOD.

What info you need to see... please bear with me.. I need this to get working..

Thanks for the support
Hein van den Heuvel
Honored Contributor

Re: RA3000

Just the commandline output from SHOW THIS and SHOW UNITS woudl be a good start.
Post it here, but de sure to also attach the output as a .TXT file for better readability.

And a description of the cable/connections would help.

HSZ22 is a in FWD SCSI setup right?
With BN21 cabling?
Clean cable... with no bend pins in connectors!? Inspect visually!.
Y-cable or Tri-link with terminator?
KZPBA - auto terminating? (I forget how that interface is setup and no time to look it up now. The older KZPSA had an optional resistor pack for cable termination.

SCSI Error
Regular Advisor

Re: RA3000

HI,

there is no command prompt. it goes directly to the menu.. I cant initiate the command show units
SCSI Error
Regular Advisor

Re: RA3000

Hi I got this working but I dont know what had happen


Anywayz thanks guys .. from here i learned using hyperterminal :)



Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: RA3000

> KZPBA - auto terminating?

The KZPBA-CB/CY has terminator resistor
packs on the card.

In my limited (but varied) SCSI experience,
a LUN flood like this is usually caused by a
SCSI ID conflict (like having a disk at the
same ID as the adapter). Bad termination
could do it, too, I suppose.

Of course, any problem is easier to find if
it doesn't vanish.
Pieter 't Hart
Honored Contributor

Re: RA3000

"I configured 6 virtual disk as JBOD"

i read something unusual in above info.
I would suggest that what the RA3000 did is create 6 virtual disks on 6 physical disks as a stripeset.

How many devices does the host see?