Stange behavior of PERC 5/i

Patrick_Boyd at Dell.com Patrick_Boyd at Dell.com
Fri Feb 23 12:19:47 CST 2007


Can you give us the output of omreport storage pdisk controller=0? 

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[mailto:linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com] On Behalf Of Thomas Wittmann
Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 11:54 AM
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Subject: Stange behavior of PERC 5/i

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Hi all,

we are using round about 40 Dell Poweredge 2950 with PERC 5/i
controllers. One of these is actually reporting a degraded virtual Disk.
I wasn't able to figure out what the problem is. Also the german Dell
Hotline couldn't help me.

omreport storage vdisk controller=0 reports:

Controller PERC 5/i Integrated (Embedded)
ID           : 0
Status       : Non-Critical
Name         : Virtual Disk 0
State        : Degraded
Progress     : Not Applicable
Layout       : RAID-5
Size         : 338.75 GB (363730042880 bytes)
Device Name  : /dev/sda
Type         : SAS
Read Policy  : No Read Ahead
Write Policy : Write Through
Cache Policy : Not Applicable
Stripe Size  : 64 KB

omdiag reports:

Device Name     : Dell PERC 5/i Integrated Controller
Description     : Dell PERC 5/i Integrated Controller, Serial Number:
12345
Location        : PCI Bus 2, Device 14, Function 0
Additional Info : Firmware: 5.0.1-0030, Driver Version: 00.00.02.05 ,
Cluster inactive
Test Name       : SAS Controller Log Test
Result          : Passed
Passes          : 1
Result Event    : The test operation completed successfully.

Device Name     : Array Disk 0:4
Description     : SAS MAXTOR  ATLAS10K5_073SAS
Location        : Slot 4
Additional Info : 69376 MB, Firmware: BP00, Serial Number: J20X7VXK
Test Name       : Disk Self Test
Result          : Passed
Passes          : 1
Result Event    : The test operation completed successfully.

Device Name     : Array Disk 0:0
Description     : SAS MAXTOR  ATLAS10K5_073SAS
Location        : Slot 0
Additional Info : 69376 MB, Firmware: BP00, Serial Number: J20X83EK
Test Name       : Disk Self Test
Result          : Passed
Passes          : 1
Result Event    : The test operation completed successfully.

Device Name     : Array Disk 0:2
Description     : SAS MAXTOR  ATLAS10K5_073SAS
Location        : Slot 2
Additional Info : 69376 MB, Firmware: BP00, Serial Number: J20WZXCK
Test Name       : Disk Self Test
Result          : Passed
Passes          : 1
Result Event    : The test operation completed successfully.

Device Name     : Array Disk 0:3
Description     : SAS MAXTOR  ATLAS10K5_073SAS
Location        : Slot 3
Additional Info : 69376 MB, Firmware: BP00, Serial Number: J20X82NK
Test Name       : Disk Self Test
Result          : Passed
Passes          : 1
Result Event    : The test operation completed successfully.

Device Name     : Array Disk 0:5
Description     : SAS MAXTOR  ATLAS10K5_073SAS
Location        : Slot 5
Additional Info : 69376 MB, Firmware: BP00, Serial Number: J20X7XBK
Test Name       : Disk Self Test
Result          : Passed
Passes          : 1
Result Event    : The test operation completed successfully.

And also the controller Log does not show anything interessting. I've
manually startet and compleated the patrol read and the battery learn
cycle without any change of the status. All other tests show no problem
and no led is blinking or orange.

Does someone have any idea how to fix this?

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Thomas
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