RHEL5 server reboot - strange entries in PERC log

Brian O'Mahony brian.omahony at curamsoftware.com
Thu Apr 22 03:33:16 CDT 2010


Yesterday a RHEL5 server rebooted on me in India. However, there was no one logged in as root (and no sudo permissions), and there was no entries in Operating System, OMSA or DRAC logs. I decided to go have a look at the controller log and I saw these entries:

04/21 11:50:52: MPT_Rec: INQ Error - Negotiating LD[6] pRfm a0738e00
04/21 11:50:55: GET: SCSI_chn=fd, rtn status=0
04/21 11:50:56: GET: SCSI_chn=fd, rtn status=0
04/21 11:50:56: GET: SCSI_chn=fd, rtn status=0
04/21 11:51:01: GET: SCSI_chn=fd, rtn status=0
04/21 11:51:02: MPT_Rec: INQ Error - Negotiating LD[6] pRfm a0775f60
04/21 11:51:04: GET: SCSI_chn=fd, rtn status=0
04/21 11:51:04: GET: SCSI_chn=fd, rtn status=0
04/21 11:51:04: GET: SCSI_chn=fd, rtn status=0
04/21 11:51:04: GET: SCSI_chn=fd, rtn status=0
04/21 11:51:35: MPT_Rec: INQ Error - Negotiating LD[6] pRfm a078eae0
04/21 13:10:13: Rejecting MISC opcode: unknown sub-opcode (0x26)
04/21 13:10:13: Rejecting Unknown FC DCMD 1f
04/21 13:10:33: MPT_Rec: INQ Error - Negotiating LD[6] pRfm a078d340
04/21 13:10:33: Rejecting MISC opcode: unknown sub-opcode (0x26)
04/21 13:10:33: Rejecting Unknown FC DCMD 1f
04/21 13:10:47: GET: SCSI_chn=fd, rtn status=0
04/21 13:10:47: GET: SCSI_chn=fd, rtn status=0
04/21 13:10:50: GET: SCSI_chn=fd, rtn status=0
04/21 13:11:14: MPT_Rec: INQ Error - Negotiating LD[6] pRfm a0747a40


Anyone have any ideas? I unfortunately am going to have to deal with Indian tech support on this, as the call center here has refused to deal with it, which is understandable I suppose with the equipment in BLR, but I was wondering if anyone here would have any ideas? I have generated a DSET that im going to send into them once I get a case opened.

Regards
B


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