Monitoring MD3000 using OMSA?

Libor Klepáč libor.klepac at bcom.cz
Sun Feb 28 05:53:59 CST 2010


Hi,
error popped out again, so we contacted support.
They say, storage is ok, problem is probably because of 
multistorage/singlestorage switch on front of unit being switched to 
multistorage

Libor


Dne úterý 23 Únor 2010 13:20:19 Libor Klepáč napsal(a):
> Hi,
> i have installer OMSA from sara.nl (running debian here).
> 
> I hoped, that i'll be able to monitor/manage md3000 with it.
> 
> I have had to rebuild mptlinux drivers (some patching of mptlan.c and
>  mptlan.h was needed http://groups.google.com/group/android-
> kernel/browse_thread/thread/ab511cde228d7c77) , so omsa doesn't report that
> they are too old.
> But i'm not able to manage it, omreport only shows those two sas5/e
>  adapters (web interface is now dead, it only segfaults on start with this
>  error [libomacs32.so.1+0x119b3]  GetIPAddrStrList+0x52
> when i stop openvpn links to server, it works - as i found somewhere its
> problem with non eth* interfaces)
> 
> We need to monitor md3000 before we start to use it for customer data. It's
> now in some strange state, i can use virtual disk from it, but it says
> "Individual Physical Disk - Degraded Path" and "Degraded Physical Disk
> Channel" (it started on friday when i removed some test-only disk and
>  created one vdisk for customer data)
> 
> With regards
> Libor
> 
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