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Cisco Bug: CSCul22968 - LSI Raid cards have patrol read and consistency check with same schedule

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Sep 03, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Computing System

Known Affected Releases

1.5(3d)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Patrol read cannot be started errors seen in CIMC

LSI logs show patrol read and consistency check are scheduled at same time with messages such as:
11/02/13  3:00:00: prDiskCheckOkToRun: PR cannot run on this pd=b init or CC running ld=0
or
11/02/13  3:00:00: EVT#35987-11/02/13  3:00:00: 292=Patrol Read can't be started, as PDs are either not ONLINE, or are in a VD with an active process, or are in an excluded VD

CIMC logs show similar messages:
4:2013 Nov  2 02:58:08:BMC:storage:-: SAS: Patrol Read can't be started, as PDs are either not ONLINE, or are in a VD with an active process, or are in an excluded VD
or
4:2013 Nov  2 02:58:09:BMC:fault-engined:-: lib_fe_comm.c:505:[F1003][warning][equipmentInoperable][sys/rack-unit-1/board/storage-SAS-SLOT-SAS] Storage controller SLOT-SAS patrol read failed: Patrol Read can't be started.

Conditions:
C-Series Server
LSI Raid controller

Related Community Discussions

<key>CSCul22968</key> - LSI Raid cards have patrol read and consistency check with same schedule
Hello, I had this issue and the workaround fixed the issue temporary. But i've missed the information, where i may find the Megacli tool for VMware: Here is the path to the iso file, which includes the vib files. Downloads Home Products Servers - Unified Computing Cisco UCS C-Series Rack-Mount Standalone Server Software Cisco UCS C220 M3 Rack Server Software Unified Computing System (UCS) Utilities VMWare-1.5(4) Regards, Chris
Latest activity: Mar 27, 2014
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