MD1000 continue pop-up messages about eventid=2095

Daniel Robitaille robitaille at gmail.com
Wed Mar 31 14:48:13 CDT 2010


On Thu, 01 Apr 2010, mcclnx mcc wrote:

> We have DELL R900 with two MD1000 connect to it.  Recently I found following messages continue pop-up on /var/log/messages file.  I used DELL OPMN to check and NO error.  Anyone know why?
> 
> ======================================================= 
> Mar 31 10:11:37 ORA6 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  SCSI sense data Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 0, Connector 0
> Mar 31 10:11:37 ORA6 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  SCSI sense data Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 1:0 Controller 0, Connector 1
> Mar 31 10:11:38 ORA6 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  SCSI sense data Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 2, Connector 0
> 
> Mar 31 13:12:37 ORA6 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  SCSI sense data Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 0, Connector 0
> Mar 31 13:12:37 ORA6 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  SCSI sense data Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 1:0 Controller 0, Connector 1
> Mar 31 13:12:37 ORA6 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  SCSI sense data Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Enclosure 0:0 Controller 2, Connector 0
> 
 
For a couple of weeks in March I had EvenID 2095 on one of my drive (Dell drive in a MD1000).  Then the
 drive failed, and the messages went away once it was replaced.  This is one example of the 
 messages I was getting:

Mar 23 03:27:41 ccrm3 Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  SCSI sense data Sense key:  B Sense code: 4B Sense qualifier:  3:  Physical Disk 1:0:1 Controller 1, Connector 1



A similar scenarios occured in an another MD1000 just after Christmas: a few days of messages, then a
failed disk:

Dec 27 21:06:02 climate Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  SCSI sense data Sense key:  6 Sense code: 29 Sense qualifier:  0:  Physical Disk 0:0:10 Controller 1, Connector 0

Dec 27 21:06:03 climate Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  SCSI sense data Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Physical Disk 0:0:10 Controller 1, Connector 0

Dec 27 21:06:03 climate Server Administrator: Storage Service EventID: 2095  SCSI sense data Sense key:  5 Sense code: 24 Sense qualifier:  0:  Physical Disk 0:0:10 Controller 1, Connector 0


So my past experience based on these 2 data points is that 2095 messages are a sign of a disk failure
coming sooner than later...

Daniel

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