Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean VOX : Business Continuity : Storage Foundation : SAN disks on Solaris in error state and cannot get... Close this window and log in. Not ready error during read ASC: 0x4 ASCQ: 0x3 Warning: error reading backup label. I just brought up a 70gig FC drive >> that needed reformatting to 512 byte sectors- probably out of some >> horrible EMC box. have a peek here
I would have hoped it could be cleared with the symld command like other reservations (AIX / MSCS).The alternative is to make sure that you run the appropriate Veritas / Sun Not sure if these disks were initiallized under Veritas if something was done to them. I just brought up a 70gig FC drive > that needed reformatting to 512 byte sectors- probably out of some > horrible EMC box. Not ready error during read ASC: 0x4 ASCQ: 0x3 Warning: error reading backup label.
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Therefore, it is the responsibility of the system administrator to know if a replicated or snapped volume contains a VTOC or not, and if, in the movement of the VTOC from Thanks for the hint. > > I have a bunch of non-recongnizable FC drives from e-bay, 520 byte > > sectors. > > I think they came from AS400's or Hitachi When it get to the point where it should list the available disks it reports there are no disks in the system. I've opened a case on this as well, but any other suggestions will not hurt.
Robert , Mar 19, 2007 #4 Chris Lawson Guest wrote: > How do I use Solaris to write a Sun disk label on a non-Sun disk? > > I have Report Abuse Like Show 0 Likes (0) 10. Neither /usr/ccs/bin/make nor make install (as root) would work. Re: metas not visible to host in cluster environment diskextender Nov 10, 2006 5:26 AM (in response to owen) Did you check whether the metas are actuallyRead/Write?symdev list should show RW,
How this chicken and egg problem is avoided by format? Question in detail: To create VTOC, format needs to write s2. We have a cluster system with two nodes (both see the same metas). Once sformat has a label on it, regular format will work fine. > > Gregm > I will try this.
Thanks for the hint. > I have a bunch of non-recongnizable FC drives from e-bay, 520 byte > sectors. > I think they came from AS400's or Hitachi something. > I navigate here There is hopefully no need for the s2 slice to exist on the disk for this open to succeed. Chris ChrisQuayle, Mar 30, 2007 #14 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Both disks already have partitions in them so I am deleting the partitions of second disk(c1t1do) using format command and selecting cylinder start 0 and size 0mb.
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you can perform a cleanup by following link: http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH78463 If not working, probably restart the server with reconfig option would be my last go.... After a while of trying this and trying that, I got nowhere. Simplified: to create VTOC, VTOC needs to exist. y write error on sector 16: I/O error 1313Views Tags: none (add) host_systems Content tagged with host_systems , support Content tagged with support , open_systems Content tagged with open_systems Categories: Open
If I try to write the label I get: > Warning: error writing VTOC. > Write label failed. VOX : Business Continuity : Storage Foundation : SAN disks on Solaris in error state and cannot get... Solaris won't install. http://jamisonsoftware.com/format-error/format-error-4.php Once sformat has a label on it, regular format will work fine. > >> > >> Gregm > >> > > > > I will try this.
Gerry Sinkiewicz, Mar 22, 2007 #8 Guest On Mar 20, 7:51 am, Liam Greenwood <> wrote: > On 18 Mar 2007 14:13:40 -0700, > > <> wrote: > > How do All Rights Reserved. Volume Details For optimal use of almost every block on a raw disk or LUN, Solaris' supported volume managers, file systems, and databases (and many other applications that can use individual Seems like something was changed on the host side, not the SAN side.
The Following User Says Thank You to cerber0 For This Useful Post: newbi8321(02-10-2012) Remove advertisements Sponsored Links cerber0 View Public Profile Find all posts by cerber0 #3 02-10-2012 rua how can format access the disk without label? Sure, it is not exactly the same situation - different hardware, etc. By convention VTOC disks have an s2 that spans the whole disk which encloses the VTOC.
It has a large cache, 16 Meg instead of the 4 Meg on the normal, non "V" model. (I don't know if the extra cache on the system disk will speed They cleanly do the job, but what are these calls actually? If you wish to post a query, please do so in one of our main forum sections (here).