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Target path (class=tgtpath, instance=8) has gone offline

 
ani007
Super Advisor

Target path (class=tgtpath, instance=8) has gone offline

HI,
I have received some alert in dmesg.
Target path (class=tgtpath, instance=10) has gone online. The target path h/w path is 2/0/10/1/0/4/1.0x50060e800570f070

class : tgtpath, instance 8
Target path (class=tgtpath, instance=8) has gone offline. The target path h/w path is 2/0/10/1/0/4/0.0x50060e800570f070

class : tgtpath, instance 10
Target path (class=tgtpath, instance=10) has gone offline. The target path h/w path is 2/0/10/1/0/4/1.0x50060e800570f070

It is 11.31 ...i have not worked with 11.31 before. can some one help me ...
REgards,
Ani
4 REPLIES
g3jza
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Target path (class=tgtpath, instance=8) has gone offline

Hi,
is that a FC card on the given hw path? It could be anything in the SAN. Check logs on your sanswitch, disk array....

This message means that your server lost connection with the device it was communicating with.

Also make sure that it is not any old message in the dmesg. Compare it with actual /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log
ani007
Super Advisor

Re: Target path (class=tgtpath, instance=8) has gone offline

in 11.11 or 11.23 i use #ioscan -fnH but here what i will fire...
cause #ioscan -fnH2/0/10/1/0/4/0.0x50060e800570f070
is not working
DeafFrog
Valued Contributor

Re: Target path (class=tgtpath, instance=8) has gone offline

Hi ,

check "state" column in this command for any disk showing "NO_HW"
1)ioscan -funC disk

Use fcmsutil /dev/fcd0 ( or fcd1 / 2 etc depending on you rfc card ) ,you should see "Driver state = ONLINE".If you have a NO_HW from command 1) above , match the HW path of the NO_HW disk to the fcmsutil of the fiber card to trace problem from SAN side if any.

Regards,
FrogIsDeaf
g3jza
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Target path (class=tgtpath, instance=8) has gone offline

Is that a 2-port FC card you are having problems with? HW path 2/0/10/1/0/4/1 and 2/0/10/1/0/4/0 is indicating, that it should be the same slot on your server.

try using:
# ioscan -fnN -H 2/0/10/1/0/4/1
#ioscan -fnN -H 2/0/10/1/0/4/0

or legacy output:
#ioscan -fn -H 2/0/10/1/0/4/1
#ioscan -fn -H 2/0/10/1/0/4/1

As was suggested above, try checking the fcmsutil /dev/fc..X output, depending on which fc card are you using.

#ioscan -kfnC fc to see the DSF's of your fc cards.