[nycbug-talk] Re: Where does ioscan live on 4.10 stable?
Joshua S. Freeman
Mon Oct 25 12:15:37 EDT 2004
Well, in truth.. We have yet to get this all to work properly... My sysads
who are not deeply freebsd aware are itching to reformat the drives and
install windows server 2003....
Thanks for the info!
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> From: Harold Sinclair <hsinclair at hastek.net>
> Organization: hastek
> Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2004 12:10:44 -0400
> To: "Joshua S. Freeman" <jfreeman at nybg.org>
> Cc: "NYCBUG discussion list <talk at lists.nycbug.org" <talk at lists.nycbug.org>
> Subject: Re: Where does ioscan live on 4.10 stable?
> Joshua S. Freeman:
>> Oct 14 14:13:00 pawpaw NetVault: Client: 'pawpawnv' Class: 'Media'
>> Job: '44' Warnlevel: 'Error' Msg: 'pawpawnv b0t2l0 (HP C1533A): had channel
>> Oct 19 14:16:16 pawpaw NetVault: Client: 'pawpawnv' Class: 'Media'
>> Job: '48' Warnlevel: 'Error' Msg: 'pawpawnv b0t2l0 (HP C1533A): had channel
>> Oct 19 15:06:32 pawpaw NetVault: Client: 'pawpawnv' Class: 'Media'
> You have scsi issues.
> Try syssat and iostat on freebsd. These are good tools of course.
> Judging from the error message you have a hardware problem.
> Especially if it wasn't doing this before:)
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