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Re: kern/38299: bioctl problem with arcmsr
The following reply was made to PR kern/38299; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: Juan RP <xtraeme%gmail.com@localhost>
Subject: Re: kern/38299: bioctl problem with arcmsr
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2008 09:30:07 +0100
On Wed, 26 Mar 2008 04:25:01 +0000 (UTC)
> >Number: 38299
> >Category: kern
> >Synopsis: bioctl reports invalid status for working drives
> >Confidential: no
> >Severity: non-critical
> >Priority: low
> >Responsible: kern-bug-people
> >State: open
> >Class: sw-bug
> >Submitter-Id: net
> >Arrival-Date: Wed Mar 26 04:25:01 +0000 2008
> >Originator: Hiroyuki Bessho
> >Release: NetBSD 4.99.55
> Genetec corp.
> System: NetBSD 061kihada.genetec.local 4.99.55 NetBSD 4.99.55
> (GENERIC) #0: Fri Mar 21 18:40:34 JST 2008
> amd64 Architecture: x86_64 Machine: amd64
> I have an Areca ARC-1120 RAID controller installed on dual Opteraon
> box. I created a RAID set with 5 disks, which is working fine.
> According to the BIOS RAID manager, there is no problem with the
> disks, but "bioctl arcmsr0 show disks" command reports errors:
> # bioctl arcmsr0 show disks
> Disk Model/Serial Status Size Location
> 0 [ ] Invalid 0B 0:0.0 noencl
> 1 [ ] Invalid 0B 0:0.0 noencl
> 2 [ ] Invalid 0B 0:0.0 noencl
> 4 [ST3250820AS 3.AAD ] Online 233G 0:4.0 noencl
> 6 [ST3250820AS 3.AAD ] Online 233G 0:6.0 noencl
> Disk #0, 1, and 2 are the same model; Maxtor 7Y250M0.
> On the console, I had multiple messages like:
> arc_bio_disk_filldata: unknown disk device_state: 0x88
can you look in the firmware menu in what state those disks are?
I haven't found what 0x88 means and I'd like to fix this, with the ARC-1210
I got couldn't look what this state is because it ocurred spuriosly.
Juan Romero Pardines - xtraeme at gmail|netbsd dot org
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