PERC 6 sense (I see dead drives)

Dave Sparks Dave.Sparks at Sophos.com
Mon Aug 2 12:00:29 CDT 2010


I have recently replaced a bad disk in a 2950 (PD 04) and reviewing the PERC6 eventlog after the rebuild completed I noticed several strange errors (the array was rebuilt for a couple of days by the time of this log):

08/02/10  8:32:46: EVT#05993-08/02/10  8:32:46: 113=Unexpected sense: PD 04(e0x20/s4) Path 5000c5001022b035, CDB: 37 00 15 00 00 00 00 00 04 00, Sense: 5/24/00
08/02/10  8:32:46: Raw Sense for PD 4: 70 00 05 00 00 00 00 0a 00 00 00 00 24 00 00 00 00 00
08/02/10  8:32:46: DEV_REC:IllegalReq- CDB: 37 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 
08/02/10  8:32:46: ILLEGAL REQ: pRdm(a0895a00) Cmd=3, Sns=a0895a40 DevId[4] Tgt 4
08/02/10  8:32:46:   info:       0, aslen= a, cmdSpecific[3]= 0 [2]= 0  [1]= 0 [0]= 0 
08/02/10  8:32:46: asc=24, Ascq  0, Sks: 0, fp[0]= 0, fp[1]= 0 
08/02/10  8:33:18: EVT#05994-08/02/10  8:33:18: 113=Unexpected sense: PD 04(e0x20/s4) Path 5000c5001022b035, CDB: 37 00 15 00 00 00 00 00 04 00, Sense: 5/24/00
08/02/10  8:33:18: Raw Sense for PD 4: 70 00 05 00 00 00 00 0a 00 00 00 00 24 00 00 00 00 00
08/02/10  8:33:18: DEV_REC:IllegalReq- CDB: 37 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 
08/02/10  8:33:18: ILLEGAL REQ: pRdm(a0713a00) Cmd=3, Sns=a0713a40 DevId[4] Tgt 4
08/02/10  8:33:18:   info:       0, aslen= a, cmdSpecific[3]= 0 [2]= 0  [1]= 0 [0]= 0 
08/02/10  8:33:18: asc=24, Ascq  0, Sks: 0, fp[0]= 0, fp[1]= 0 
08/02/10  8:33:43: EVT#05995-08/02/10  8:33:43: 113=Unexpected sense: PD 04(e0x20/s4) Path 5000c5001022b035, CDB: 37 00 15 00 00 00 00 00 04 00, Sense: 5/24/00
08/02/10  8:33:43: Raw Sense for PD 4: 70 00 05 00 00 00 00 0a 00 00 00 00 24 00 00 00 00 00
08/02/10  8:33:43: DEV_REC:IllegalReq- CDB: 37 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 
08/02/10  8:33:43: ILLEGAL REQ: pRdm(a07b1800) Cmd=3, Sns=a07b1840 DevId[4] Tgt 4
08/02/10  8:33:43:   info:       0, aslen= a, cmdSpecific[3]= 0 [2]= 0  [1]= 0 [0]= 0 
08/02/10  8:33:43: asc=24, Ascq  0, Sks: 0, fp[0]= 0, fp[1]= 0 
08/02/10  8:34:23: EVT#05996-08/02/10  8:34:23: 113=Unexpected sense: PD 04(e0x20/s4) Path 5000c5001022b035, CDB: 37 00 15 00 00 00 00 00 04 00, Sense: 5/24/00
08/02/10  8:34:23: Raw Sense for PD 4: 70 00 05 00 00 00 00 0a 00 00 00 00 24 00 00 00 00 00
08/02/10  8:34:23: DEV_REC:IllegalReq- CDB: 37 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 
08/02/10  8:34:23: ILLEGAL REQ: pRdm(a077a800) Cmd=3, Sns=a077a840 DevId[4] Tgt 4
08/02/10  8:34:23:   info:       0, aslen= a, cmdSpecific[3]= 0 [2]= 0  [1]= 0 [0]= 0 
08/02/10  8:34:23: asc=24, Ascq  0, Sks: 0, fp[0]= 0, fp[1]= 0 
08/02/10  8:45:39: EVT#05997-08/02/10  8:45:39: 113=Unexpected sense: PD 04(e0x20/s4) Path 5000c5001022b035, CDB: 37 00 15 00 00 00 00 00 04 00, Sense: 5/24/00
08/02/10  8:45:39: Raw Sense for PD 4: 70 00 05 00 00 00 00 0a 00 00 00 00 24 00 00 00 00 00
08/02/10  8:45:39: DEV_REC:IllegalReq- CDB: 37 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 
08/02/10  8:45:39: ILLEGAL REQ: pRdm(a08a9400) Cmd=3, Sns=a08a9440 DevId[4] Tgt 4
08/02/10  8:45:39:   info:       0, aslen= a, cmdSpecific[3]= 0 [2]= 0  [1]= 0 [0]= 0 
08/02/10  8:45:39: asc=24, Ascq  0, Sks: 0, fp[0]= 0, fp[1]= 0 
08/02/10  8:47:10: EVT#05998-08/02/10  8:47:10:  30=Event log cleared
08/02/10  8:47:17: EVT#05999-08/02/10  8:47:17: 113=Unexpected sense: PD 04(e0x20/s4) Path 5000c5001022b035, CDB: 37 00 15 00 00 00 00 00 04 00, Sense: 5/24/00
08/02/10  8:47:17: Raw Sense for PD 4: 70 00 05 00 00 00 00 0a 00 00 00 00 24 00 00 00 00 00
08/02/10  8:47:17: DEV_REC:IllegalReq- CDB: 37 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 
08/02/10  8:47:17: ILLEGAL REQ: pRdm(a082b800) Cmd=3, Sns=a082b840 DevId[4] Tgt 4
08/02/10  8:47:17:   info:       0, aslen= a, cmdSpecific[3]= 0 [2]= 0  [1]= 0 [0]= 0 
08/02/10  8:47:17: asc=24, Ascq  0, Sks: 0, fp[0]= 0, fp[1]= 0


One thing I did notice is that the replacement drive is a different model number:

Inquiry Data: SEAGATE ST31000640SS    MS0A9QJ5PTF5 (PD [01235])
Inquiry Data: SEAGATE ST31000424SS    KS649WK02B0L (PD 4)


Dell tech support is advising that clearing the eventlog will make these errors go away.  Is that the proper way to address this?

Thanks!

ds




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