See the list of some of them here: Thanks Bill, Yeah I know the firmware might want to be upgraded The mode parameters in effect for this initiator have been restored from non-volatile memory. In this case the installed version of mpt driver is older than the one with the fix B. I believe HP had resolved that prior to my version I guess I can check with them.
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SCSI bus reset occurred. The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
mptconfig – HP-UX
Thanks in advance and any response is appreciated. This fix will be released with the B.
Solution Use the following command to check which kernel function the messages are related too: Disk Inquiry Vendor ID There is a known issue like this for mpt scsiU driver older than B.
The HP-UX command uptime can be used to check uptime.
For anyone interested, here was the answer from HP along with all the Click here to access the technical article at http: The mode parameters in effect for this initiator have been restored from non-volatile memory.
The EMS error event message will appears several times. I believe it does. uux
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Alternatively, the mode parameters, microcode, or inquiry data for the device have hhp changed. Thu Feb 14 Command Data Block Contents: It can be downloaded from software. I believe it does Thanks in advance and any response is appreciated.
Your version is quite old. Timeout called with negative time.
HP-UX: How to get machine information
bp The error usually shows up on systems that have been online longer than days without a system reboot. Get the latest from: Can anyone confirm that this version has the fix for the problem mentioned above?
A removable medium may have been changed.
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The device has been reset by a Bus Device Reset message, a hard reset condition, or a power-on reset. Check with following command which mpt driver is installed: Release notes for the mpt driver version B. Latest mpt driver can be downloaded by searching scsiU from the follwing website: Install the latest MPT driver.