Error for command write10

error for command write10

The summ command can process results of the AIX error log from a file or from path 4 path failure; WRITE(10) (0xLogical_Block_Address. Sep 28 12:26:58 smpzon01 Error for Command: write(10) Error Level: Retryable Sep 28 12:26:58 smpzon01 scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]. stackoverflow.com › questions › 53c94-scsi-ic-as-target-cannot-handle-writ.

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SFCFS - It is normal to have SCSI warning messages "reservations released" logged during CVM Master switchover

Problem

In a Storage Foundation for Cluster File System (SFCFS)  environment, it is normal for the system to log SCSI  warning messages "reservations release" during Cluster Volume Manager (CVM)  master switchover.    During CVM master switchover the SCSI-3 Persistent Reservations (SCSI-3 PR) Write Exclusive Registrants Only (WERO) reservation on the disks will need to be removed from the original CVM master, so that the reservation can be performed by the new CVM master.   When the reservations are removed, the disk array will generate SCSI Sense event and the corresponding SCSI messages will be logged by the host systems.

Error Message

The following SCSI warning messages are logged during the CVM master switchover.  These messages are normal during the switchover.    These are retryable errors and the operation system will retry the I/Os accordingly.

Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING: /[email protected],700000/SUNW,[email protected]/[email protected],0/[email protected],148 (ssd1869):
Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx           Error for Command: read(10)                Error Level: Retryable
Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Requested Block: 67072                     Error Block: 67072
Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Vendor: HITACHI                            Serial Number: 50 0B1540232
Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Sense Key: Unit Attention
Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   ASC: 0x2a (reservations released), ASCQ: 0x4, FRU: 0x0

Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING: /[email protected],700000/SUNW,[email protected]/[email protected],0/[email protected],26 (ssd21):
Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx        Error for Command: write(10)               Error Level: Retryable
Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Requested Block: 3283888                   Error Block: 3283888
Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Vendor: EMC                                Serial Number: 90"J"000Q
Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Sense Key: Unit Attention
Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   ASC: 0x2a (reservations released), ASCQ: 0x4, FRU: 0x0

In the /etc/vx/dmpevent.log file, the following messages will also be logged:

Wed Nov 24 19:32:16.737: SCSI error occured on Path c4t50060482D5309FA3d71s2: opcode=0x5f reported unit attention (status=0x2, key=0x6, asc=0x2a, ascq=0x4)
Wed Nov 24 19:32:16.739: SCSI error occured on Path c4t50060482D5309FA3d71s2: opcode=0x5f reported reservation conflict (status=0x18, key=0x0, asc=0x0, ascq=0x0)

Solution

These SCSI warning messages are normal during CVM master switchover and can be safely ignored.

 

 

Error transferring command; errno 0 null

Problem

Cannot write more than 100-ish files to the drive in a row, and drive loses connection. This is only happening on new drives that we are using, and cannot be reproduced on all drives. I have tried reformatting the drive and it does not help.

Expected behavior

To be able to continuously write files to the drive

Actual behavior

receive error when attempting to write the drive, and drive loses connection

Stacktrace of Excpetion

D/ClusterChain: Init a cluster chain, reading from FAT D/ClusterChain: Finished init of a cluster chain D/ClusterChain: grow chain D/FsInfoStructure: writing to device I/FAT: allocating clusters finished E/ScsiBlockDevice: Error transferring command; errno 0 null D/ScsiBlockDevice: Reset bulk-only mass storage W/ScsiBlockDevice: sending bulk only mass storage request D/ScsiBlockDevice: Trying to clear halt on both endpoints W/AndroidUsbCommunication: Clearing halt on endpoint UsbEndpoint[mAddress=130,mAttributes=2,mMaxPacketSize=512,mInterval=0] (direction 128) 2020-05-08 18:01:46.013 16002-16816/ W/AndroidUsbCommunication: Clearing halt on endpoint UsbEndpoint[mAddress=1,mAttributes=2,mMaxPacketSize=512,mInterval=0] (direction 0) E/ScsiBlockDevice: Error transferring command; errno 0 null D/ScsiBlockDevice: Trying to reset the device D/AndroidUsbCommunication: Performing native reset W/AndroidUsbCommunication: ioctl failed! errno 0 null W/AndroidUsbCommunication: USB device will likely require new discovery and permissions

I also see this when I run first aid on the drive following the issue:

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53C94 SCSI IC as target - Cannot handle WRITE(10) command from Initiator

I am building a SD card/SCSI adapter using NCR 53CF94 IC and STM32. All goes pretty well, even manged to make my device work to some degree, i.e. accepting all basic commands and even booting from it to DOS. BUT i have a problem, when asking initiator (PC) to write something to my device , all goes well i get the block address and the data. Then i write the data to SD card and finally responding with status=0 and message=0 to complete the write command, but the initiaor never increasing the secoor number to continue to write proccess and always tries to write the first one, then after few attempts it gives error on the PC (Error writing to drive...). I can't figure it out why the initiaor is not satisfied with the GOOD status and message. Do i need to send some specific data back to the initiator ? Linke CRC ? Or there is some specific command i need to issue for 53C94 ? Banging my head for few days now. Need your assistance please.

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Dorado2100 MCE cause reboot

Checking the logs of Huawei storage logs.

1.The sequential events of the Reboot


 17:06:43 The Controller B Sending a heartbeat message failed.

 17:06:58 Confirmed that the Controller A was lost.

 17:07:06 The Controller B handled the fault of the Controller A offline succeed, and the system entered only one controller mode. The whole time of handling Controller A offline was 19s.

 17:10:26 The system entered dual-controller mode again, and the Controller B began to handle the Controller A re-powering.

 17:10:28 Re-powering on the controller A succeeded and the system enter Active-Active mode again.

2.The Controller B began to handle the fault of the Controller A offline:

The Controller B handling the fault of the Controller A offline succeeded.

The Controller B began to handle the Controller A re-powering on.

Re-powering on the Controller A succeeded, and the system recover to Double Controllers Normal mode

3.Analysis of the Service Interruption
a)On FalconStor NSS, each LUN has two paths:


b)When Controller A was reset, a connect timeout occurred and NSS did not retry the command:

 21:46:55 ipstor7-rz08 kernel: IOCORE1 SCSI_ERROR: [COMMAND = Write10] [SCSI_ADDR = 102 0 10 1] [HOST_STAT = Connect timeout] [DRIVER_STAT = 00] [TARGET_STAT = No error] [SENSE = No data] [ASC.ASCQ = No code]

The I/O was paused immediately:
 21:46:55 ipstor7-rz08 iocore[15913]: [fsnalias.c:2896:alias_check()] alias_check:pause I/O to physical device guid ac190fb7-0000-2e75-2b24-bc394ec40561 because of failed path 102:0:10:1

c)Actually the other path was healthy and I/O should be retried. NSS just tried to failover (change LUN’s working controller), but the failover was failed because one controller just fault, storage need some times to handle the exception. The healthy path 100-0-5-1 was set disabled:


d)On Dorado2100, we could see that failover was failed:
21:47:28 ipstor7-rz08 iocore[15913]: [fsnalias.c:3082:SwapGroup()] Failed to swap Group,mark this group failed

4. So the failure sequence should be


 

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Dorado2100 MCE cause reboot

Checking the logs of Huawei storage logs.

1.The sequential events of the Reboot


 17:06:43 The Controller B Sending a heartbeat message failed.

 17:06:58 Confirmed that the Controller A was lost.

 17:07:06 The Controller B handled the fault of the Controller A offline succeed, error for command write10, and the system entered only one controller mode. The whole time of handling Controller A offline was 19s, error for command write10.

 17:10:26 The system entered dual-controller mode again, and the Controller B began to handle the Controller A re-powering.

 17:10:28 Re-powering on the controller A succeeded and the system enter Active-Active mode again.

2.The Controller B began to handle the fault of the Controller A offline:

The Controller B handling the fault of the Controller A offline succeeded.

The Controller B began to handle the Controller A re-powering on.

Re-powering on the Controller A succeeded, and the system recover to Double Controllers Normal mode

3.Analysis of the Service Interruption
a)On FalconStor NSS, each LUN has two paths:


b)When Controller A was reset, a connect timeout occurred and NSS did mespro error private key not found retry the command:

 21:46:55 ipstor7-rz08 kernel: IOCORE1 SCSI_ERROR: [COMMAND = Write10] [SCSI_ADDR = 102 0 10 1] [HOST_STAT = Connect timeout] [DRIVER_STAT = 00] [TARGET_STAT = No error] [SENSE = No data] [ASC.ASCQ = No code]

The I/O was paused immediately:
 21:46:55 ipstor7-rz08 iocore[15913]: [fsnalias.c:2896:alias_check()] alias_check:pause I/O to physical device guid ac190fb7-0000-2e75-2b24-bc394ec40561 because of failed path 102:0:10:1

c)Actually the other path was healthy and I/O should be retried. NSS just tried to failover (change LUN’s working controller), but the failover was failed because one controller just fault, storage need some times to handle the exception. The healthy path 100-0-5-1 was set disabled:


d)On Dorado2100, we could see that failover was failed:
21:47:28 ipstor7-rz08 iocore[15913]: [fsnalias.c:3082:SwapGroup()] Failed to swap Group,mark this group failed

4. So the failure sequence should be


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53C94 SCSI IC as target - Cannot handle WRITE(10) command from Initiator

I am building a SD card/SCSI adapter using NCR 53CF94 IC and STM32. All goes pretty well, even manged to make my device work to some degree, i.e, error for command write10. accepting all basic commands and even booting from it to DOS. BUT i have a problem, when asking initiator (PC) to write something to my deviceerror for command write10, all goes well i get the block address and error for command write10 data. Then i write the data to SD card and finally responding with status=0 and message=0 to complete the write command, but the initiaor never increasing the secoor number to continue to write proccess and always tries to write the first one, then after few attempts it gives error on the PC (Error writing to drive.). I can't figure it out why the initiaor is not satisfied with the GOOD status and message. Do i need to send some specific data back to the initiator ? Linke CRC ? Or there is some specific command i need to issue for 53C94 ? Banging my head for few days now. Need error 23 colt assistance please.

Thanks !

SFCFS - It is normal to have SCSI warning messages "reservations released" logged during CVM Master switchover

Problem

In a Storage Foundation for Cluster File System (SFCFS)  environment, it is normal for the system to log SCSI  warning messages "reservations release" during Cluster Volume Manager (CVM)  master switchover.    During CVM master switchover the SCSI-3 Persistent Reservations (SCSI-3 PR) Write Exclusive Registrants Only (WERO) reservation on the disks will need to be removed from the original CVM master, so that the reservation can be performed by the new CVM master.   When the reservations are removed, error for command write10, the disk array will generate SCSI Sense event and the corresponding SCSI messages will be logged by the host systems.

Error Message

The following SCSI warning messages are logged during the CVM master switchover.  These messages are normal during the switchover.    These are retryable errors and the operation system will retry the I/Os accordingly.

Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING: /[email protected],700000/SUNW,[email protected]/[email protected],0/[email protected],148 (ssd1869):
Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx           Error for Command: read(10)                Error Level: Retryable
Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Requested Block: 67072                     Error Block: 67072
Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Vendor: HITACHI                            Serial Number: 50 0B1540232
Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Sense Key: Unit Attention
Sep  9 08:46:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   ASC: 0x2a (reservations released), ASCQ: 0x4, FRU: 0x0

Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING: /[email protected],700000/SUNW,[email protected]/[email protected],0/[email protected],26 (ssd21):
Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx        Error for Command: write(10)               Error Level: Retryable
Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Requested Block: 3283888                   Error Block: 3283888
Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Vendor: EMC                                Serial Number: 90"J"000Q
Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   Sense Key: Unit Attention
Nov 24 19:32:13 hostxxx scsi: [ID 107833 kern.notice]   ASC: 0x2a (reservations released), ASCQ: error for command write10, FRU: 0x0

In the /etc/vx/dmpevent.log file, the following messages will also be logged:

Wed Nov 24 19:32:16.737: SCSI error occured on Path c4t50060482D5309FA3d71s2: opcode=0x5f reported unit attention (status=0x2, key=0x6, asc=0x2a, ascq=0x4)
Wed Nov 24 19:32:16.739: SCSI error occured on Path c4t50060482D5309FA3d71s2: opcode=0x5f reported reservation conflict (status=0x18, key=0x0, asc=0x0, ascq=0x0)

Solution

These SCSI warning messages are normal during CVM master switchover and can be safely ignored.

 

 

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