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Cannot get IBM 3275 HDD to go "Available"

Having a problem trying to get an IBM 3275 HDD go from defined to
available.
- Have updated firmware for adapter and system
- Updated to 5.2.0.6 OS
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
hdisk2           U787A.001.DPM1DTH-P1-T10-L3-L0   16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk
Drive (146800 MB)

        Manufacturer................IBM   H0
        Machine Type and Model......HUS103014FL3800
        FRU Number..................03N5267
        ROS Level and ID............52505152
        Serial Number...............00B32AC5
        EC Level....................H17923D
        Part Number.................26K5574
        Device Specific.(Z0)........000004129F00013E
        Device Specific.(Z1)........RPQR
        Device Specific.(Z2)........0068
        Device Specific.(Z3)........07045
        Device Specific.(Z4)........0001
        Device Specific.(Z5)........22
        Device Specific.(Z6)........H17923D
        Brand.......................H0

Is there a way to mkdev, or create an entry in ODM. Although the VPD
tells me device is defined somewhere in ODM..

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4/18/2007 5:26:54 AM
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On Apr 18, 7:26 am, berksingle...@msn.com wrote:
> Having a problem trying to get an IBM 3275 HDD go from defined to
> available.
> - Have updated firmware for adapter and system
> - Updated to 5.2.0.6 OS
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> hdisk2           U787A.001.DPM1DTH-P1-T10-L3-L0   16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk
> Drive (146800 MB)

Defined means that the system knows that there is a device but for
some reason can not activate it

The reason could be  ( no disk at all anymore ;-) ,  no correct
devices driver, no power, waiting for command to spin up, .... )

Trouble-shoot:

0 ) Check the output of :
$ lsdev -Cc disk

1 ) Check that the device is connected correctly

2) Remove any disk in the defined state:
$ rmdev -l hdisk2 -d

3)
Run cfgmgr and look for any error message
$ cfmgr

4 ) Check the output of :
$ lsdev -Cs scsi
$ lsdev -Cc disk
and compare with step 0


5) Check the error log
$ errpt | more
$ errpt -a | more

hth
Hajo

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service490 (1039)
4/18/2007 9:10:13 AM
On Apr 18, 5:10 am, Hajo Ehlers <serv...@metamodul.com> wrote:
> On Apr 18, 7:26 am, berksingle...@msn.com wrote:
>
> > Having a problem trying to get an IBM 3275 HDD go from defined to
> > available.
> > - Have updated firmware for adapter and system
> > - Updated to 5.2.0.6 OS
> > -----------------------------------------------------------------------=
----=AD------------
> > hdisk2           U787A.001.DPM1DTH-P1-T10-L3-L0   16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk
> > Drive (146800 MB)
>
> Defined means that the system knows that there is a device but for
> some reason can not activate it
>
> The reason could be  ( no disk at all anymore ;-) ,  no correct
> devices driver, no power, waiting for command to spin up, .... )
>
> Trouble-shoot:
>
> 0 ) Check the output of :
> $ lsdev -Cc disk
>
> 1 ) Check that the device is connected correctly
>
> 2) Remove any disk in the defined state:
> $ rmdev -l hdisk2 -d
>
> 3)
> Run cfgmgr and look for any error message
> $ cfmgr
>
> 4 ) Check the output of :
> $ lsdev -Cs scsi
> $ lsdev -Cc disk
> and compare with step 0
>
> 5) Check the error log
> $ errpt | more
> $ errpt -a | more
>
> hth
> Hajo

-bash-3.00#  lsdev -Cc disk
hdisk0 Available 09-08-00-5,0 16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk1 Available 09-08-00-8,0 16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk2 Defined   09-08-00-3,0 16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk3 Defined   09-08-00-4,0 16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
-bash-3.00# rmdev -l hdisk2 -d
hdisk2 deleted
-bash-3.00# rmdev -l hdisk3 -d
hdisk3 deleted
-bash-3.00# cfgmgr
Method error (/etc/methods/cfgscdisk -l hdisk2 ):
        0514-086 Cannot perform the requested function because the
specified
                 device is not supported on this platform.
Method error (/etc/methods/cfgscdisk -l hdisk3 ):
        0514-086 Cannot perform the requested function because the
specified
                 device is not supported on this platform.

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4/18/2007 5:08:27 PM
On Apr 18, 5:10 am, Hajo Ehlers <serv...@metamodul.com> wrote:
> On Apr 18, 7:26 am, berksingle...@msn.com wrote:
>
> > Having a problem trying to get an IBM 3275 HDD go from defined to
> > available.
> > - Have updated firmware for adapter and system
> > - Updated to 5.2.0.6 OS
> > -----------------------------------------------------------------------=
----=AD------------
> > hdisk2           U787A.001.DPM1DTH-P1-T10-L3-L0   16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk
> > Drive (146800 MB)
>
> Defined means that the system knows that there is a device but for
> some reason can not activate it
>
> The reason could be  ( no disk at all anymore ;-) ,  no correct
> devices driver, no power, waiting for command to spin up, .... )
>
> Trouble-shoot:
>
> 0 ) Check the output of :
> $ lsdev -Cc disk
>
> 1 ) Check that the device is connected correctly
>
> 2) Remove any disk in the defined state:
> $ rmdev -l hdisk2 -d
>
> 3)
> Run cfgmgr and look for any error message
> $ cfmgr
>
> 4 ) Check the output of :
> $ lsdev -Cs scsi
> $ lsdev -Cc disk
> and compare with step 0
>
> 5) Check the error log
> $ errpt | more
> $ errpt -a | more
>
> hth
> Hajo

-bash-3.00# lsdev -Cs scsi
hdisk0 Available 09-08-00-5,0  16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk1 Available 09-08-00-8,0  16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk2 Defined   09-08-00-3,0  16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk3 Defined   09-08-00-4,0  16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
ses0   Available 09-08-00-15,0 SCSI Enclosure Services Device
-bash-3.00# lsdev -Cc disk
hdisk0 Available 09-08-00-5,0 16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk1 Available 09-08-00-8,0 16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk2 Defined   09-08-00-3,0 16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive
hdisk3 Defined   09-08-00-4,0 16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk Drive

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4/18/2007 5:09:24 PM
On Apr 18, 5:10 am, Hajo Ehlers <serv...@metamodul.com> wrote:
> On Apr 18, 7:26 am, berksingle...@msn.com wrote:
>
> > Having a problem trying to get an IBM 3275 HDD go from defined to
> > available.
> > - Have updated firmware for adapter and system
> > - Updated to 5.2.0.6 OS
> > -----------------------------------------------------------------------=
----=AD------------
> > hdisk2           U787A.001.DPM1DTH-P1-T10-L3-L0   16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk
> > Drive (146800 MB)
>
> Defined means that the system knows that there is a device but for
> some reason can not activate it
>
> The reason could be  ( no disk at all anymore ;-) ,  no correct
> devices driver, no power, waiting for command to spin up, .... )
>
> Trouble-shoot:
>
> 0 ) Check the output of :
> $ lsdev -Cc disk
>
> 1 ) Check that the device is connected correctly
>
> 2) Remove any disk in the defined state:
> $ rmdev -l hdisk2 -d
>
> 3)
> Run cfgmgr and look for any error message
> $ cfmgr
>
> 4 ) Check the output of :
> $ lsdev -Cs scsi
> $ lsdev -Cc disk
> and compare with step 0
>
> 5) Check the error log
> $ errpt | more
> $ errpt -a | more
>
> hth
> Hajo

-bash-3.00# errpt | more
IDENTIFIER TIMESTAMP  T C RESOURCE_NAME  DESCRIPTION
BA431EB7   0418130707 P S SRC            SOFTWARE PROGRAM ERROR
BA431EB7   0418130607 P S SRC            SOFTWARE PROGRAM ERROR
70247B03   0418130507 I H hdisk3         Device Not Supported
70247B03   0418130507 I H hdisk2         Device Not Supported
BA431EB7   0418130507 P S SRC            SOFTWARE PROGRAM ERROR

0
4/18/2007 5:10:49 PM
On Apr 18, 5:10 am, Hajo Ehlers <serv...@metamodul.com> wrote:
> On Apr 18, 7:26 am, berksingle...@msn.com wrote:
>
> > Having a problem trying to get an IBM 3275 HDD go from defined to
> > available.
> > - Have updated firmware for adapter and system
> > - Updated to 5.2.0.6 OS
> > -----------------------------------------------------------------------=
----=AD------------
> > hdisk2           U787A.001.DPM1DTH-P1-T10-L3-L0   16 Bit LVD SCSI Disk
> > Drive (146800 MB)
>
> Defined means that the system knows that there is a device but for
> some reason can not activate it
>
> The reason could be  ( no disk at all anymore ;-) ,  no correct
> devices driver, no power, waiting for command to spin up, .... )
>
> Trouble-shoot:
>
> 0 ) Check the output of :
> $ lsdev -Cc disk
>
> 1 ) Check that the device is connected correctly
>
> 2) Remove any disk in the defined state:
> $ rmdev -l hdisk2 -d
>
> 3)
> Run cfgmgr and look for any error message
> $ cfmgr
>
> 4 ) Check the output of :
> $ lsdev -Cs scsi
> $ lsdev -Cc disk
> and compare with step 0
>
> 5) Check the error log
> $ errpt | more
> $ errpt -a | more
>
> hth
> Hajo

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
LABEL:          SRC_RSTRT
IDENTIFIER:     BA431EB7

Date/Time:       Wed Apr 18 13:08:32 EDT
Sequence Number: 608141
Machine Id:      00CAD4EF4C00
Node Id:         mifaix1
Class:           S
Type:            PERM
Resource Name:   SRC

Description
SOFTWARE PROGRAM ERROR

Probable Causes
APPLICATION PROGRAM

Failure Causes
SOFTWARE PROGRAM

        Recommended Actions
        VERIFY SUBSYSTEM RESTARTED AUTOMATICALLY

Detail Data
SYMPTOM CODE
      589833
SOFTWARE ERROR CODE
       -9035
ERROR CODE
           0
DETECTING MODULE
'srchevn.c'@line:'217'
FAILING MODULE
tracelogd
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
LABEL:          SRC_RSTRT
IDENTIFIER:     BA431EB7

Date/Time:       Wed Apr 18 13:07:22 EDT
Sequence Number: 608140
Machine Id:      00CAD4EF4C00
Node Id:         mifaix1
Class:           S
Type:            PERM
Resource Name:   SRC

Description
SOFTWARE PROGRAM ERROR

Probable Causes
APPLICATION PROGRAM

Failure Causes
SOFTWARE PROGRAM

        Recommended Actions
        VERIFY SUBSYSTEM RESTARTED AUTOMATICALLY

Detail Data
SYMPTOM CODE
      589833
SOFTWARE ERROR CODE
       -9035
ERROR CODE
           0
DETECTING MODULE
'srchevn.c'@line:'217'
FAILING MODULE
tracelogd
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
LABEL:          SRC_RSTRT
IDENTIFIER:     BA431EB7

Date/Time:       Wed Apr 18 13:06:11 EDT
Sequence Number: 608139
Machine Id:      00CAD4EF4C00
Node Id:         mifaix1
Class:           S
Type:            PERM
Resource Name:   SRC

Description
SOFTWARE PROGRAM ERROR

Probable Causes
APPLICATION PROGRAM

Failure Causes
SOFTWARE PROGRAM

        Recommended Actions
        VERIFY SUBSYSTEM RESTARTED AUTOMATICALLY

Detail Data
SYMPTOM CODE
      589833
SOFTWARE ERROR CODE
       -9035
ERROR CODE
           0
DETECTING MODULE
'srchevn.c'@line:'217'
FAILING MODULE
tracelogd
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
LABEL:          LP_NOT_SUPPORTED
IDENTIFIER:     70247B03

Date/Time:       Wed Apr 18 13:05:56 EDT
Sequence Number: 608138
Machine Id:      00CAD4EF4C00
Node Id:         mifaix1
Class:           H
Type:            INFO
Resource Name:   hdisk3
Resource Class:  disk
Resource Type:   scsd
Location:        U787A.001.DPM1DTH-P1-T10-L4-L0
VPD:
        Manufacturer................IBM   H0
        Machine Type and Model......HUS103014FL3800
        FRU Number..................03N5267
        ROS Level and ID............52505152
        Serial Number...............00B30218
        EC Level....................H17923D
        Part Number.................26K5574
        Device Specific.(Z0)........000004129F00013E
        Device Specific.(Z1)........RPQR
        Device Specific.(Z2)........0068
        Device Specific.(Z3)........07045
        Device Specific.(Z4)........0001
        Device Specific.(Z5)........22
        Device Specific.(Z6)........H17923D
        Device Specific.(BR)........H0

Description
Device Not Supported

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
LABEL:          LP_NOT_SUPPORTED
IDENTIFIER:     70247B03

Date/Time:       Wed Apr 18 13:05:56 EDT
Sequence Number: 608137
Machine Id:      00CAD4EF4C00
Node Id:         mifaix1
Class:           H
Type:            INFO
Resource Name:   hdisk2
Resource Class:  disk
Resource Type:   scsd
Location:        U787A.001.DPM1DTH-P1-T10-L3-L0
VPD:
        Manufacturer................IBM   H0
        Machine Type and Model......HUS103014FL3800
        FRU Number..................03N5267
        ROS Level and ID............52505152
        Serial Number...............00B32AC5
        EC Level....................H17923D
        Part Number.................26K5574
        Device Specific.(Z0)........000004129F00013E
        Device Specific.(Z1)........RPQR
        Device Specific.(Z2)........0068
        Device Specific.(Z3)........07045
        Device Specific.(Z4)........0001
        Device Specific.(Z5)........22
        Device Specific.(Z6)........H17923D
        Device Specific.(BR)........H0

Description
Device Not Supported


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4/18/2007 5:12:15 PM
> LABEL:          LP_NOT_SUPPORTED
> IDENTIFIER:     70247B03
....
> Device Not Supported

The list of supported server can be found at:
http://www-912.ibm.com/e_dir/eServerPreReq.nsf/HW2/Hardware~eServer~3275?OpenDocument

but i see no reason why the hdisk should not be used on other systems
as well.

To see if just a devices driver is missing please run
$ cfgmgr
on the command line. If cfgmgr finds a device but can not configure it
- it will normaly display the name of the device driver software
package.

hth
Hajo

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service490 (1039)
4/18/2007 8:28:46 PM
What machine are you using? Very old servers can't use very new parts,
specially very big disks.

0
4/19/2007 5:06:28 PM
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[CODE START] x=5; y=8; if (x + y + 1E-15 == 13) a = 3 else a = 8 end [CODE END] When x + y + 1E-15, the code above returns a = 8. When x + y + 1E-16, the code above returns a = 3. Why? Kindly advise. Thanks. "onemilimeter Chen" <onemm@example.com> wrote in message <g7adrj$5tr$1@fred.mathworks.com>... > [CODE START] > x=5; > y=8; > if (x + y + 1E-15 == 13) > a = 3 > else > a = 8 > end > [CODE END] > > When x + y + 1E-15, the code above returns a = 8. > When x + y + 1E-16, the code above returns a = 3. > > Why? ...

how to change "/" to "\"
iam new to shell scripting and i have plz can anyone help in changing the pattrern "/" to "\" using the sed command. olympie@gmail.com wrote: > iam new to shell scripting and i have plz can anyone help in changing > the pattrern "/" to "\" using the sed command. sed 's/\//\\/g' will replace all '/' with '\' srp -- http://saju.net.in Saju Pillai <saju.pillai@gmail.com> wrote: >> iam new to shell scripting and i have plz can anyone help in changing >> the pattrern "/" to "\" using ...

Re: "out" and "in out"
"no reliable initial value" means, you cannot rely on the value, but it may have a value. This depends on the parameter passing mechanism, which is _not_ related to the parameter mode (contrary to what many people think). So the parameter mode is there (nearly) solely for the information of the reader. The parameter passing mechanism for all kinds of parameters is defined in the RM. There are parameters passed by copy (in and out), by reference; for some it is explicitly left undefined. In your case, the passing mechanism is by reference, so you get what you get. But don't rely on this, rely only on the mode, i.e. the parameter st is undefined upon entering the procedure modify, so when you only write component 2, upon return, only component 2 has been written. Under slight variations, the result of your code might be <garbage character>U<garbage character>. Another thing: Don't rely upon s1'First = 1. Component 2 might not exist. You could call modify like so: X: String (25..30); modify (X); Now s1(2) inevitably will raise Constraint_Error. ____________________________________________________ Aufnehmen, abschicken, nah sein - So einfach ist WEB.DE Video-Mail: http://freemail.web.de/?mc=021200 "Christoph Karl Walter Grein" <AdaMagica@web.de> wrote: > > In your case, the passing mechanism is by reference, so you get what you get. But don't rely on this, rely only on the mode, i.e. the parameter st is undefined...

only get data from "today" until "yesterday"
Hi, I will get only the code from the date "today" (should be displayed) until "yesterday" (shouldn't be displayed) This is the source code (all in ONE line): Quote: ......muchHTMLcodeBefore...TR><TD ALIGN="RIGHT" class=bcText> 01/27/04</TD><TD ALIGN="RIGHT" class=bcText> 1154.25</TD><TD ALIGN="RIGHT" class=bcText> 1154.75</TD><TD ALIGN="RIGHT" class=bcText> 1151.00</TD><TD ALIGN="RIGHT" class=bcText> 1151.50</TD><TD ALIGN="RIGHT" class=bcTextRed> -2.75</TD></TR></TABLE><TABLE WIDTH="100%" BORDER=0 CELLPADDING=2 CELLSPACING=1><TR><TD WIDTH="16.6666666666667%" ALIGN="RIGHT" class=bcText>01/26/04</TD...and so on (all in one line) I can regexp the html code with: [regsub -all {<[^>]*>} $line {} line] But how can I get only the data from the actual date (here 01/27/04) to yesterday (here 01/26/04). Thanks! Not sure what you ask, but regexp {.*?(01/26/04.*?)01/27/04} $line dummy stuff might give you what you're looking for in $staff hth Ronnie jagg wrote: > Hi, > > I will get only the code from the date "today" (should be displayed) > until "yesterday" (shouldn't be displayed) > > This is the source code (all in ONE line): > Quote: > .....muchHTMLcodeBefore...TR><TD ALIGN=&...

why have both "." and "->" ?
I used to remember why c++ needed both ? Could somebody help me here ? For example class A{ f(); }; A* aa; You could do either "aa->f()" or "(*aa).f()". So why does C++ need both operators. Raj "raj" <rajkumar@hotmail.com> schreef in bericht news:d7fee6d0.0406230748.694b966b@posting.google.com... > I used to remember why c++ needed both ? > Could somebody help me here ? > > For example > > class A{ > f(); > }; > > A* aa; > > You could do either "aa->f()" or "(*aa).f()". So why does C++ need both operators. > > Raj There is a difference I believe that xxxx->yyyy is used if xxxx is a pointer to an object/class and xxxx.yyyyy if xxxx is the object/classs > class A{ > f(); > }; > > A* aa; > > You could do either "aa->f()" or "(*aa).f()". So why does C++ need both operators. IMHO it's simply convenience. Bye, Marco raj wrote: > > You could do either "aa->f()" or "(*aa).f()". So why does C++ need both > operators. The second form involves more typing and requires more effort to read. -- Russell Hanneken eunaarxra@cbobk.pbz Use ROT13 to decode my email address. In message <WOhCc.15115$Wr.8451@newsread1.news.pas.earthlink.net>, Russell Hanneken <me@privacy.net> writes >raj wrote: >> >> You could do either "aa->f()" or "(*aa...

how can i get "mosy" and "postmosy"
I'm attempting to compile a very old software package. The makefile requires "mosy" and "postmosy", which appear to be SNMP utilities. But I can't find them on Internet, how can i get these tools? Can you help me ? Thanks a lot! mosy and postmosy should be utilities of the SNMP Emanate SDK framework. Giampiero. wsfd311@gmail.com ha scritto: > I'm attempting to compile a very old software package. The makefile > requires "mosy" and "postmosy", which appear to be SNMP utilities. > But I can't find them on Internet, ...

what does the "+" and the "-" mean?
I recently read what the "+" and the "-" signs mean for compact discs. Of course, a friend has just asked me and I now forget. I've searched all over the place with no results. Anyone know? TIA! .. -------------------------------------- Mike Richter, were you born with "Scam Artist" emblazoned on your face? -------------------------------------- roscoe james wrote: > > I recently read what the "+" and the "-" signs mean for compact discs. Of > course, a friend h...

"dconj, variable subsititution""how to get numerical value"instead of "dconj"function
dear sir ..if i am doing diff and variable value substitution like... for example >> syms x >> e=sin(x) >> p=diff(e,x,1) p =cos(x) >> subs(p,x,0) ans = 1 i am doing simple trigonometric function answer is coming...but if >>s1=4.15; >>s2=1.05; syms x ; %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%' a12=(-i)* ( (s1+s2)/( sqrt(((s1+s2)^2+x^2)) ) )*sin(sqrt( s1^2+( (s1*x)/(s1+s2) )^2 )) a21=(a12) t1=sqrt( s1^2+( (s1*x)/(s1+s2) )^2 ) t2=sqrt( s2^2+( (s2*x)/(s1+s2) )^2 ) u= (x/(sqrt( ((s1+s2)^2+x^2) ))) b12=(-i)* ( (s1+s2)/( ...

Is there any """Anti Stringizing operator #"""
Hi everybody:D I've a string that contains the name of a class. Some members told that I can use """Stringizing Operator (#)""", but the problem is here, that I have the string, & I want something vice- versa. As we know with """Stringizing Operator (#)""", we can get the stirng name of a class or ... str <--- #ClassA But I want to instantiate a class that I have just it's name as a string. ClassA * clsA = new ??? <--- Str ??? How can I do it? I don't want to use """HardCoding"&qu...

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