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 Post subject: SENA and Solaris 10
Unread postPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 1:30 am 
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hi all,


just upgrade my veritas testmachine from sol8 to sol10, and now the a5200/luxadm crap is starting to be bitchy.

Code:
SunOS  5.10 Generic_142909-17 sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-Enterprise


arrays are seen, but no fc disks...

Code:
root:/etc/vx> luxadm probe
Found Enclosure(s):
SENA               Name:PHOTON-2   Node WWN:50800200000ec1a0   
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses0
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses1
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses2
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses3
SENA               Name:PHOTON-1   Node WWN:50800200000e8f80   
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses4
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses5
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses6
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses7
 No FC devices found.

root:/etc/vx> luxadm display PHOTON-1

                                   SENA           
 No FC devices found. - /devices/sbus@a,0/SUNW,socal@d,10000/sf@0,0/ses@w50800200000e8f81,0:0.

root:/etc/vx> luxadm display PHOTON-2

                                   SENA           
 No FC devices found. - /devices/sbus@2,0/SUNW,socal@d,10000/sf@0,0/ses@w50800200000ec1a1,0:0.


note that the socal driver is listet as scsi-3 not fc...dont know if this leads to confussion


Code:
root:/etc/vx> prtdiag -v
System Configuration:  Sun Microsystems  sun4u 8-slot Sun Enterprise E4500/E5500
System clock frequency: 100 MHz
Memory size: 8192Mb

========================= IO Cards =========================

     Bus   Freq
Brd  Type  MHz   Slot        Name                          Model
---  ----  ----  ----------  ----------------------------  --------------------
 1   SBus   25            0  QLGC,isp/sd (block)           QLGC,ISP1000U     
 1   SBus   25            1  fcaw/sd (block)               FCW               
 1   SBus   25            2  QLGC,isp/sd (block)           QLGC,ISP1000U     
 1   SBus   25            3  SUNW,hme                                         
 1   SBus   25            3  SUNW,fas/sd (block)                             
 1   SBus   25           13  SUNW,socal/sf (scsi-3)        501-3060           
 3   SBus   25            0  QLGC,isp/sd (block)           QLGC,ISP1000U     
 3   SBus   25            1  QLGC,isp/sd (block)           QLGC,ISP1000U     
 3   SBus   25            2  QLGC,isp/sd (block)           QLGC,ISP1000U     
 3   SBus   25            3  SUNW,hme                                         
 3   SBus   25            3  SUNW,fas/sd (block)                             
 3   SBus   25           13  SUNW,socal/sf (scsi-3)        501-3060           
 5   SBus   25            0  QLGC,isp/sd (block)           QLGC,ISP1000U     
 5   SBus   25            1  network                       SUNW,sbus-gem     
 5   SBus   25            2  QLGC,isp/sd (block)           QLGC,ISP1000U     
 5   SBus   25            3  SUNW,hme                                         
 5   SBus   25            3  SUNW,fas/sd (block)                             
 5   SBus   25           13  SUNW,socal/sf (scsi-3)        501-3060           
 7   SBus   25            0  QLGC,isp/sd (block)           QLGC,ISP1000U     
 7   SBus   25            1  QLGC,isp/sd (block)           QLGC,ISP1000U     
 7   SBus   25            2  fcaw/sd (block)               FCW               
 7   SBus   25            3  SUNW,hme                                         
 7   SBus   25            3  SUNW,fas/sd (block)                             
 7   SBus   25           13  SUNW,socal/sf (scsi-3)        501-3060 



i really would like to administer the arrays with luxadm again so the whole thing is really anoying. is this configuration supported under sol10 anyway? if not. it must be a standing joke because i'm booting the machine from the a5200 and veritas also sees the disks.

Code:

root:/etc/vx> prtconf -vp | grep bootpath
        bootpath:  '/sbus@a,0/SUNW,socal@d,10000/sf@0,0/ssd@w2100002037e2cf93,0:a'


root:/etc/vx> vxdisk -o alldgs list
DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
SENA_0       auto:cdsdisk    c18t37d0     testdg       online
SENA_1       auto:cdsdisk    SENA_1       testdg       online
SENA_2       auto:cdsdisk    c18t51d0     testdg       online
SENA_3       auto:cdsdisk    c18t49d0     testdg       online
SENA_4       auto:cdsdisk    c18t36d0     testdg       online
SENA_5       auto:cdsdisk    c18t54d0     testdg       online
SENA_6       auto:cdsdisk    SENA_6       testdg       online
SENA_7       auto:cdsdisk    SENA_7       testdg       online
SENA_8       auto:cdsdisk    c18t50d0     testdg       online
SENA_9       auto:cdsdisk    c18t53d0     testdg       online
SENA_10      auto:sliced     -            -            online
SENA_11      auto:sliced     -            -            online
SENA_12      auto:cdsdisk    SENA_12      testdg       online
SENA_13      auto:sliced     rootdisk     rootdg       online
SENA_14      auto:sliced     rootmirror   rootdg       online
SENA_15      auto:cdsdisk    c2t23d0      testdg       online
SENA_16      auto:cdsdisk    c2t0d0       testdg       online
SENA_17      auto:cdsdisk    c2t21d0      testdg       online
SENA_18      auto:cdsdisk    c2t17d0      testdg       online
SENA_19      auto:cdsdisk    c2t22d0      testdg       online
SENA_20      auto:cdsdisk    c2t19d0      testdg       online
SENA_21      auto:cdsdisk    c2t1d0       testdg       online
SENA_22      auto:cdsdisk    c2t16d0      testdg       online
SENA_23      auto:cdsdisk    c2t20d0      testdg       online
SENA_24      auto:cdsdisk    c2t4d0       testdg       online
SENA_25      auto:cdsdisk    c2t25d0      testdg       online
SENA_26      auto:cdsdisk    c2t9d0       testdg       online
SENA_27      auto:cdsdisk    c2t6d0       testdg       online
SENA_28      auto:cdsdisk    c2t18d0      testdg       online
SENA_29      auto:cdsdisk    c2t2d0       testdg       online
SENA_30      auto:cdsdisk    c2t3d0       testdg       online
SENA_31      auto:cdsdisk    c18t40d0     testdg       online
SENA_32      auto:cdsdisk    c2t5d0       testdg       online
SENA_33      auto:cdsdisk    c2t7d0       testdg       online
SENA_34      auto:cdsdisk    c18t48d0     testdg       online
SENA_35      auto:cdsdisk    c18t38d0     testdg       online
SENA_36      auto:cdsdisk    c7t8d0       testdg       online
SENA_37      auto:cdsdisk    c18t55d0     testdg       online
SENA_38      auto:cdsdisk    c14t58d0     testdg       online
SENA_39      auto:cdsdisk    c18t42d0     testdg       online
SENA_40      auto:cdsdisk    c18t41d0     testdg       online





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 Post subject: Re: SENA and Solaris 10
Unread postPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 6:54 am 
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Do you have SUNWifp, SUNWifph and SUNWifpx installed?

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 Post subject: Re: SENA and Solaris 10
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no there are no ifp packages on the system since there is no ifp hardware in the machine (sbus only). meanwhile i decided to reinstall...lets see

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 Post subject: Re: SENA and Solaris 10
Unread postPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 12:58 am 
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ok install finished....problem still exists :?

edit:

could not resist and removed the sol10 luxadm packages and installed the sol9 packages, and guess what....so this is what i call enterprise grade operating system... :evil:

Code:
root:/var/tmp/lux_old> luxadm probe
Found Enclosure(s):
SENA               Name:PHOTON-2   Node WWN:50800200000ec1a0   
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses0
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses3
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses1
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses2
SENA               Name:PHOTON-1   Node WWN:50800200000e8f80   
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses7
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses4
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses6
  Logical Path:/dev/es/ses5
uxback3_root:/var/tmp/lux_old> luxadm display PHOTON-1

                                   SENA           
                                 DISK STATUS
SLOT   FRONT DISKS       (Node WWN)          REAR DISKS        (Node WWN)
0      On (O.K.)         2000002037c8c74d    On (O.K.)         20000020379648b4
1      On (O.K.)         2000002037c3ef90    On (O.K.)         2000002037c8c83a
2      Off(Bypassed:AB)                      On (O.K.)         2000002037c8b8b3
3      On (O.K.)         2000002037c8b870    On (O.K.)         2000002037c8c829
4      On (O.K.)         2000002037c8b5b0    On (O.K.)         2000002037e2a9df
5      On (O.K.)         2000002037c3e30d    On (O.K.)         2000002037c8b988
6      On (O.K.)         20000004cf5cd9ed    On (O.K.)         2000002037c8c653
7      On (O.K.)         2000002037e2dbff    On (O.K.)         200000203796b047
8      On (O.K.)         2000002037ba2344    On (O.K.)         2000002037e2cf93
9      On (O.K.)         200000203738d010    On (O.K.)         2000002037e29c11
10     On (O.K.)         200000203738df31    On (O.K.)         200000203796cb2f
                                SUBSYSTEM STATUS
FW Revision:1.09   Box ID:1   Node WWN:50800200000e8f80   Enclosure Name:PHOTON-1
Power Supplies (0,2 in front, 1 in rear)
        0 O.K.(rev.-02) 1 O.K.(rev.-02) 2 O.K.(rev.-02)
Fans (0 in front, 1 in rear)
        0 O.K.(rev.-04) 1 O.K.(rev.-00)
ESI Interface board(IB) (A top, B bottom)
        A: O.K.(rev.-04)
                GBIC module (1 on left, 0 on right in IB)
                0 O.K.(mod.-05)
                1 Not Installed
        B: O.K.(rev.-04)
                GBIC module (1 on left, 0 on right in IB)
                0 O.K.(mod.-05)
                1 Not Installed
Disk backplane (0 in front, 1 in rear)
        Front Backplane: O.K.(rev.-04)
          Temperature sensors (on front backplane)
          0:36ºC 1:36ºC 2:36ºC 3:36ºC 4:36ºC 5:36ºC
          6:36ºC 7:36ºC 8:36ºC 9:37ºC 10:36ºC  (All temperatures are NORMAL.)
        Rear Backplane:  O.K.(rev.-04)
          Temperature sensors (on rear backplane)
          0:37ºC 1:37ºC 2:39ºC 3:39ºC 4:39ºC 5:37ºC
          6:39ºC 7:39ºC 8:39ºC 9:39ºC 10:39ºC  (All temperatures are NORMAL.)
Interconnect assembly
        O.K.(rev.-02)
Loop  configuration
        Loop A is configured as a single loop.
        Loop B is configured as a single loop.
Language        USA English
     
root:/var/tmp/lux_old> luxadm display PHOTON-2

                                   SENA           
                                 DISK STATUS
SLOT   FRONT DISKS       (Node WWN)          REAR DISKS        (Node WWN)
0      On (O.K.)         200000203763f0d5    On (O.K.)         200000203763f127
1      On (O.K.)         200000203763f0e0    On (O.K.)         200000203763f119
2      On (O.K.)         20000004cf163541    On (O.K.)         20000004cf163510
3      On (O.K.)         20000004cf16359c    On (O.K.)         200000203763f12d
4      On (O.K.)         20000004cf163565    On (O.K.)         20000004cf162ad5
5      On (O.K.)         20000004cf177c05    On (O.K.)         200000203763f0c4
6      On (O.K.)         20000004cf161fc6    On (O.K.)         200000203763f0c1
7      On (O.K.)         20000004cf178c29    On (O.K.)         200000203763f14c
8      On (O.K.)         20000004cf5cda5c    On (O.K.)         2000002037e2bc65
9      On (O.K.)         20000004cf16354e    On (O.K.)         20000004cf162ea6
10     Off(Bypassed:AB)                      On (Bypassed:AB)                 
                                SUBSYSTEM STATUS
FW Revision:1.09   Box ID:0   Node WWN:50800200000ec1a0   Enclosure Name:PHOTON-2
Power Supplies (0,2 in front, 1 in rear)
        0 O.K.(rev.-02) 1 O.K.(rev.-02) 2 O.K.(rev.-02)
Fans (0 in front, 1 in rear)
        0 O.K.(rev.-04) 1 Non-Critical Failure:Yellow LED is on:Fan speed Hi(rev.-00)
ESI Interface board(IB) (A top, B bottom)
        A: O.K.(rev.-04)
                GBIC module (1 on left, 0 on right in IB)
                0 O.K.(mod.-05)
                1 Not Installed
        B: O.K.(rev.-04)
                GBIC module (1 on left, 0 on right in IB)
                0 O.K.(mod.-05)
                1 Not Installed
Disk backplane (0 in front, 1 in rear)
        Front Backplane: O.K.(rev.-04)
          Temperature sensors (on front backplane)
          0:37ºC 1:39ºC 2:37ºC 3:37ºC 4:39ºC 5:39ºC
          6:40ºC 7:40ºC 8:40ºC 9:42ºC 10:39ºC  (All temperatures are NORMAL.)
        Rear Backplane:  O.K.(rev.-04)
          Temperature sensors (on rear backplane)
          0:42ºC 1:39ºC 2:40ºC 3:45ºC 4:42ºC 5:42ºC
          6:43ºC 7:45ºC 8:45ºC 9:43ºC 10:42ºC  (All temperatures are NORMAL.)
Interconnect assembly
        O.K.(rev.-02)
Loop  configuration
        Loop A is configured as a single loop.
        Loop B is configured as a single loop.
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 Post subject: Re: SENA and Solaris 10
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Blah... :( Kudos for trying to older package! [I remember I had a client dump their 18x9GB A series array when I moved them from Sol 7 to Sol 10 because it said it was unsupported. 2 x 147GB drives more then made up for it. [The old array was dropping disk almost weekly near the end.]

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 Post subject: Re: SENA and Solaris 10
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in the end i switched entirely to sol9 because sol10 was unable to boot with the sol9 sf module. since i'm not interested in sol10 in this context its not a big deficit here. veritas is working, luxadm is working...mission complete

Code:
{0} ok boot
Boot device: zdisk  File and args:
SunOS Release 5.10 Version Generic_144488-11 64-bit
Copyright (c) 1983, 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
/platform/sun4u/kernel/drv/sparcv9/sf: undefined symbol 'ndi_event_getcookie'
WARNING: mod_load: cannot load module 'sf'
sf: cannot load driver
Cannot load drivers for /sbus@2,0/SUNW,socal@d,10000/sf@0,0/ssd@w2100002037e2bc65,0:a
Can't load the root filesystem
Type  'go' to resume
{0} ok boot -F failsafe
Resetting...
Software Power ON
8-slot Sun Enterprise E4500/E5500, No Keyboard
OpenBoot 3.2.30, 8192 MB memory installed, Serial #9611482.
Copyright 2002 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All rights reserved
Ethernet address 8:0:20:92:a8:da, Host ID: 8092a8da.

Rebooting with command: boot -F failsafe
Boot device: /sbus@2,0/SUNW,socal@d,10000/sf@0,0/ssd@w2100002037e2bc65,0:a  File and args: -F failsafe
SunOS Release 5.10 Version Generic_142909-17 64-bit
Copyright (c) 1983, 2010, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Configuring devices.
SUNW,sbus-gem0: Using Gigabit SERDES Interface
SUNW,sbus-gem0: Auto-Negotiated 1000 Mbps Full-Duplex Link Up
Searching for installed OS instances...

ROOT/zfsroot was found on rootpool.
Do you wish to have it mounted read-write on /a? [y,n,?] y
mounting rootpool on /a

Starting shell.
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