[Linux-PowerEdge] OSMA update to 8.4.0 issue (Input/output error with /tmp/SECUPD)

Quentin C. quentin.clarenne at planethoster.info
Thu Nov 17 16:18:12 CST 2016


Hi !

Do you have a changelog for the dell-system-update 1.3.1-16.11.00 ?

    Updated:
       dell-system-update.x86_64 0:1.3.1-16.11.00
    Complete!
    root at DELL[~]# df -h
    df: `/tmp/SECUPD': Input/output error
    df: `/tmp/SECUPD': Input/output error
    Filesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/sda2       909G  232G  631G  27% /
    tmpfs            24G  4.0K   24G   1% /dev/shm

Regards.

Cordialement| Kind regards
Quentin Clarenne, Associate Director
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Le 11/11/2016 à 12:46, Quentin C. a écrit :
> Hi Dell user/sys-admin !
>
> Since the update of the Dell OMSA (srvadmin*) we have an issue with 
> the tmp mount point "/tmp/SECUPD"
>
> If you have we have the latest OMSA version:
>
>     root at DELL [~]# rpm -qa | grep srvadmin
>     srvadmin-deng-8.4.0-2193.9883.el6.x86_64
>     ...
>     srvadmin-idrac-snmp-8.4.0-2193.9883.el6.x86_64
>
>     root at DELL [~]# yum update
>     Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, rhnplugin
>     Setting up Update Process
>     Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
>      ....
>     No Packages marked for Update
>
> ----------------
>
>     root at DELL [~]# df -h
>     df: `/tmp/SECUPD': Input/output error
>     df: `/tmp/SECUPD': Input/output error
>     Filesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
>     /dev/sda2       227G  158G   58G  74% /
>     tmpfs            24G   84K   24G   1% /dev/shm
>     /dev/sdb1       1.8T  1.6T  151G  92% /home
>     /usr/tmpDSK     4.0G  838M  3.0G  22% /tmp
>
>
>
> Flood in /var/log/message
>
>     Nov 11 18:29:04 DELL kernel: [507619.506195] FAT: FAT read failed
>     (blocknr 1)
>     Nov 11 18:31:26 DELL kernel: [507761.487934] FAT: FAT read failed
>     (blocknr 1)
>     Nov 11 18:31:26 DELL kernel: [507761.488134] FAT: FAT read failed
>     (blocknr 1)
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.626283] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 5) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.626410] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 6) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.626532] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 7) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.626653] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 8) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.626785] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 9) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.626908] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 10) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.627028] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 11) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.627149] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 12) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.627271] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 13) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.627391] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 14) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.627512] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 15) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.627634] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 16) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.627755] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 17) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.627883] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 18) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.628007] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 19) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.628130] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 20) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.628255] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 21) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.628378] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 22) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.628500] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 23) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.628621] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 24) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.628745] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 25) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.628870] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 26) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.628996] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 27) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.629119] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 28) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.629243] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 29) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.629365] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 30) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.629489] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 31) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.629611] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 32) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.629735] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 33) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.629862] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 34) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.629987] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 35) failed
>     Nov 11 18:33:26 DELL kernel: [507881.630109] FAT: Directory
>     bread(block 36) failed
>     Nov 11 18:34:07 DELL kernel: [507922.227656] FAT: FAT read failed
>     (blocknr 1)
>
>
> I tried in the past to stop the srvadmin service, unmount the 
> /tmp/SECUPD like this:
>
>     srvadmin-services.sh stop
>     lsof +D /tmp/SECUPD/
>     umount /tmp/SECUPD
>     umount /tmp/SECUPD
>     rmdir /tmp/SECUPD
>     srvadmin-services.sh start
>
>
> But when we restart the DELL server, the issue is coming again.
>
> I view in old poweredge message something like "We have fixed this 
> issue and fix will be available in the next OMSA release." but do you 
> have some news/ETA ?
>
> Regards.
> Quentin
>
>
> -- 
> Cordialement| Kind regards
> Quentin Clarenne, Associate Director
> 4416 Louis B Mayer, Laval, Québec H7P 0G1
> TEL : +1.514.360. 1802 (direct)
> CA/US : 1.855.774.4678
> FR : 01 76 60 41 43
> UK : 0808 189 0423
>
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