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Unrecoverable Error Reading Scsi Disk 0 Dev 1/42
Any questions please ask. 0 Question by:Aegil Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google LVL 14 Best Solution bymikelfritz It seems there is very little support for HTFS filesystems on Linux: http://aplawrence.com/Bofcusm/2450.html Best bet unrecoverable... It has more local disk than my other hosts and no SAN connection. NOTICE: Stp: Error on SCSI tape 0 (ha=0 id=2 lun=0) on: Drive or bus reset my note : The block number is not always the same and in some circumstance check over here
Later I installed Maint Pack 5, which has an updated driver. (It's been a couple of years so it's fuzzy). how can I confirm if it is a scsi >> controller issue. Either way this turns out I?d >> love to keep your number on hand ?currently we do not have someone we >> can call re: sco issues. >> >> >> >> I believe you will need to copy the files to a bootable DOS floppy. --Steve Barner > My guess is that you have one of two things going on: > 1-
on different disks you have. Like I mentioned before I lose vMotion capability, but I've put redundancy where possible in hardware and I keep it clean and well fed. unrecoverable error SCSIdisk- THANK YOU- Date Index Thread: Prev Next Thread Index Huge thank you(s) go out to everybody that helped me get through this!
I have 4 drives in a raid setup?so I find it >> unlikely that they all crapped at the same time. I also tried 'haltsys' with no luck. I remember the place in the U Mall a few years back that I swear charged more than MSRP on some things. It seems that that block is constantly being errored out as well as block 276 on the screen.
By default, badtrk will try to add bad blocks to the drive's own internal defect list (G-list) if the drive supports this. I have 4 drives in a raid setup?so I find it >> unlikely that they all crapped at the same time. I have wrote a correct config file but > grub doesn't seem to recognize it. Using one mouse and keyboard for all of my computers makes life easier.
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- I'm not sure if you could get the data on the drives back if you replaced the controller--perhaps one of the drive gurus on the list would know.
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Real-Time Scheduler BUG?? 9. The driver was written for a SCSI environment with that pattern of data flow and timing. GBiz is too! Latest News Stories: Docker 1.0Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption UncoveredThe Next Circle of Hell: Unpatchable SystemsGit 2.0.0 ReleasedThe Linux Foundation Announces Core Infrastructure Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for tech news and trends Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource Center About Us Who We
You may get stuck with actually loading an OS to a new disk and then setting the bad disk to a different ID (like 2) then doing a "mkdev hd" to check my blog ftp://ftp.sco.com/pub/openserver5/507/drivers/blc_3.05.1/blc_3.05.1.readme.txt4.) did your try to investigate whether these I/O erros have any impact on the data? To use badtrk, reboot the system and enter single-user mode. (Do not use shutdownsu to do this.) Run badtrk, scan the disk, and the entire UNIX system partition. Since you also have a DAT drive that shows up in post, I'm guessing that you have another SCSI channel or two on the system board.
I'm not sure what other info you may want to see, but I would be more than happy to post it. Re: SCO Unix and unrecoverable read/write errors on disks Oczkov Nov 22, 2007 7:55 AM (in response to Oczkov) Anybody willing to run 'dd' command (see example above) on your Supposedly it had some invoicing software on it, however the machine is 9, nearly 10 years old and they dont seem to know much about it really. http://fullflash.net/unrecoverable-error/unrecoverable-error-while-reading.html The data could be anything, ranges from MAS90 to proprietary, who knows(?). 0 LVL 8 Overall: Level 8 Message Author Closing Comment by:Aegil2008-10-30 Hey, thanks for your help 0
So, I log in as root on the console and enter 'shutdown -y -g0'. Unrecoverable Disk Error 6. 2.2.5 crashing with Kernel Debug 7. I am sure this is nothing related to the host hardware itself, but rather to the disk and timing issues (as you say) related to emulation of the LSI Logic (on
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ASUS P54NP4, SCO 3.2v4.2, and unrecoverable SCSI errors 8. On Monday 31 October 2005 09:08, you wrote: > Hey all.hoping someone can help me with an error I'm getting? > > > > Will someone tell me how to do Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? I learned the hard way.4) Only once did I see a data impact issue with the errors (it showed up as a bad disk block).
John Dodge Re: Sco Unix hd error. Error message on SCSI disk, Adaptec EZ-SCSI 4.0, SCO UNIX 5.02 2 post • Page:1 of 1 All times are UTC Board index Spam Report DOC HOME SITE MAP MAN PAGES Top 1. http://fullflash.net/unrecoverable-error/unrecoverable-error-reading-m.html I'd say hit ebay.
unrecover... FSCK ran afterwards and usually found no issues. First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. I have wrote a correct config file but > grub doesn't seem to recognize it.
unrecover... Our tape backup is a QIC24 Archive 2525S Christian Valet Quote:>I have a serious problem with OpenServer 5.0.0Cl Enterprise. >This is my system : > - Pentium 90Mhz - 24Mb If anyone has any ideas please tell me. > Thanx in advance. - -- 3010 Rte 109 Waterville, VT 05492 email: riondluz_at_gmail.com web: http://dluz.tzo.com:8080/Rion/ Phone: 802.644.2255 L I N U X m o r a n @ g m a i l .
You can not post a blank message. Your hint is really valuable! When the system restarts it runs fsck on the root filesystem and everything looks peachy...for awhile. I believe I have isolated the problem to a specific file (the daily backup reported a read error on this file too).
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