3 Replies Latest reply: Aug 17, 2011 7:22 AM by rukbat RSS

    SCSI reset error message

    868690
      I got error message in var/adm/messages


      ug 8 11:53:35 gtcerp1 scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING: /pci@8,700000/scsi@1 (glm0):
      Aug 8 11:53:35 gtcerp1      Connected command timeout for Target 6.0
      Aug 8 11:53:35 gtcerp1 genunix: [ID 408822 kern.info] NOTICE: glm0: fault detected in device; service still available
      Aug 8 11:53:35 gtcerp1 genunix: [ID 611667 kern.info] NOTICE: glm0: Connected command timeout for Target 6.0
      Aug 8 11:53:35 gtcerp1 glm: [ID 280919 kern.warning] WARNING: ID[SUNWpd.glm.cmd_timeout.6017]
      Aug 8 11:53:35 gtcerp1 scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING: /pci@8,700000/scsi@1 (glm0):
      Aug 8 11:53:35 gtcerp1      got SCSI bus reset
      Aug 8 11:53:35 gtcerp1 genunix: [ID 408822 kern.info] NOTICE: glm0: fault detected in device; service still available
      Aug 8 11:53:35 gtcerp1 genunix: [ID 611667 kern.info] NOTICE: glm0: got SCSI bus reset
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 scsi: [ID 365881 kern.info] /pci@8,700000/scsi@1 (glm0):
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1      Cmd (0x535d0e0) dump for Target 6 Lun 0:
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 scsi: [ID 365881 kern.info] /pci@8,700000/scsi@1 (glm0):
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1           cdb=[ 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 ]
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 scsi: [ID 365881 kern.info] /pci@8,700000/scsi@1 (glm0):
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1      pkt_flags=0x0 pkt_statistics=0x60 pkt_state=0x7
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 scsi: [ID 365881 kern.info] /pci@8,700000/scsi@1 (glm0):
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1      pkt_scbp=0x0 cmd_flags=0x60
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING: /pci@8,700000/scsi@1 (glm0):
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1      Connected command timeout for Target 6.0
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 genunix: [ID 408822 kern.info] NOTICE: glm0: fault detected in device; service still available
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 genunix: [ID 611667 kern.info] NOTICE: glm0: Connected command timeout for Target 6.0
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 glm: [ID 280919 kern.warning] WARNING: ID[SUNWpd.glm.cmd_timeout.6017]
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING: /pci@8,700000/scsi@1 (glm0):
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1      got SCSI bus reset
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 genunix: [ID 408822 kern.info] NOTICE: glm0: fault detected in device; service still available
      Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 genunix: [ID 611667 kern.info] NOTICE: glm0: got SCSI bus reset
      Aug 8 11:57:57 gtcerp1 scsi: [ID 365881 kern.info] /pci@8,700000/scsi@1 (glm0):
      Aug 8 11:57:57 gtcerp1      Cmd (0x535d0e0) dump for Target 6 Lun 0:
      Aug 8 11:57:57 gtcerp1 scsi: [ID 365881 kern.info] /pci@8,700000/scsi@1 (glm0):





      what it means? please tell me is that serious problem? and what should my step to overcome this messages.? it comes since last week continuosly
        • 1. Re: SCSI reset error message
          user8694422 wrote:
          I got error message in var/adm/messages

          Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 Connected command timeout for Target 6.0
          Aug 8 11:55:46 gtcerp1 genunix: [ID 408822 kern.info] NOTICE: glm0: fault detected in device; service still available




          what it means? please tell me is that serious problem? and what should my step to overcome this messages.? it comes since last week continuosly
          Isn't that your optical drive?
          It is probably empty, thus you will see sn error when the system continually tries to check whether it will work or not.

          Go put a data CD into the optical drive so that there is "something" there and see if the errors disappear.
          • 2. Re: SCSI reset error message
            868690
            sir,should i use blank CD? and then also error come.what will be the problem?
            • 3. Re: SCSI reset error message
              user8694422 wrote:
              sir,should i use blank CD? and then also error come.what will be the problem?
              No.
              Use a disk that has something on it. Any* disk that has something on it.
              The computer system needs to realize there is something functional and readable at that device path destination.

              Instead of asking such a question, why didn't you just go try it.
              It has been more than a week since your initial post and you are still asking questions.
              This must not be very important to you.