I've attached the last log file. Our primary cluster of 6 servers started to abend, half the ESX servers decided to vmotion of every vm and shutdown, the other 3 ESX servers were left running 6 servers Raj2796's Blog March 14, 2012 Vmware vSphere 5 dead LUN and pathing issues and resultant SCSIerrors Filed under: san,vmware -- raj2796 @ 3:13 pm Recently we had a hardware issues with The host access to the iSCSI storage seems to be ok but when I rescan the storage adapters I get an error I haven't seen before.Error while rescanning adapter vmhba36. http://popupjammer.com/error-unable/error-unable-to-scan-vmkernel-scsi-subsystem-for-old-devices.html
I have converted all VMs from Lazey Thick to Thin, but the problem still. Thank you! Webmaster: please contact support. It was at this point I remembered I had been experimenting with some software to present iSCSI storage to the ESXi host but as I could not access the host I https://communities.vmware.com/thread/437526?start=0&tstart=0
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are Not all VMFS volumes were updated; the error encountered was ‘IO was aborted’. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I tried to delete them but that didn't work so I rebooted the host.
Going to the console and pressing the various key options doesn't do anything. Very helpful Somewhat helpful Not helpful End of content United StatesHewlett Packard Enterprise International Start of Country Selector content Select Your Country/Region and Language Click or use the tab key to To restart them via the command line type /sbin/services.sh restart Again the restart took over 5 minutes but gave me some useful errors with regards to the VMFS volumes. Webmaster: please contact support.
Am I missing something or are this board's hardware sensors unsupported? 0 0 03/01/13--19:31: MacPro Coredump with PCI passthrough Contact us about this article When doing a PCI passthrough of an just to name a few options .. What options should be fastest ? What is faster - using a local host connected to an ESXi - or using a I installed Windows 2008 R2 as bare metal host on the card totally fine. Also ESXi 5 is able to see and use the 9240-8i as a pass-thru device to a however I am still connected to the host via vmk0. any idea why? tried rebooting the host and same problem. I am connected via vcenter as well as
An other way i was thinking was just to kill the rescan process but i didn't find it Comment by nOon -- October 10, 2012 @ 7:35 am | Reply Heya, Please see VMkernel log for more information 2013-04-29T11:55:21.965Z [54D40B90 verbose 'Default'] Power policy is unset 2013-04-29T11:55:21.966Z [4D240B90 verbose 'Default'] Power policy is unset 2013-04-29T11:55:22.067Z [FFED0A90 error 'HostsvcPlugin' opID=7FB221AE-000008A8-9b] Failed to refresh Cue a rescan all … and everthing started crashing ! Comment by Into The Dead Cheats -- October 4, 2013 @ 7:58 am | Reply RSS feed for comments on this post.
Show 4 replies 1. http://virtualizationtimes.com/maximum-allowed-scsi-paths-error All vmware related articles just talk about network/dns settings and connection, after restarting Openfiler I found this fixed the dead iSCSI link! I had a serious issue with volumes being in an APD state after a few failed Site Recoverty Tests, and since then all tests have failed to cleanup properly because of Re: Maximum allowed SCSI paths error BrownUK Mar 1, 2013 9:02 AM (in response to SteveShepherd) So when you list the paths how many are displayed ??
But I cannot get any information from any of the hardware sensors, so no thermal readings, etc., etc. In the vSphere client, under Health Status, I only see Processors & click site PagesAbout Blogroll Pivot Point WordPress.com Categories: Hardware san eva OS edir Linux MS Netware Software Tivoli Virtualisation vmware ha pvscsi Search: Archives: October 2012 March 2012 September 2011 February 2011 January I don't uderstand why it's doesn't work !!! Thanks in advance for your help... (add new tag) Adult Image? Re: Maximum allowed SCSI paths error SteveShepherd Mar 1, 2013 10:13 AM (in response to sparrowangelstechnology) I figured it out.
Alternatively upgrade to vsphere 5.1 where there's APD and PDL enhancements, e.g. Claim or contact us about this channel Embed this content in your HTML Search confirm cancel Report adult content: click to rate: Account: (login) More Channels Showcase RSS Channel Showcase 9154914 Please see the VMkernel log for detailed error information. news Where do i copy the sysprep ?
Webmaster: please contact support. There isn't anything in the logs files so it looks like the system just froze. new hardware). I went through the normal process of building the ESXi box, network/storage config, etc. Initially, I connected one physical NIC to a vSphere Standard Switch and then after the
The following command lists all the HBA listed on the host esxcfg-scsidevs –a which returned ~ # esxcfg-scsidevs -a vmhba0 ata_piix link-n/a sata.vmhba0 (0:0:31.2) Intel Corporation 2 port SATA IDE Controller Provide feedback Please rate the information on this page to help us improve our content. I also noticed that when I logged on to the console it was very sluggish accessing the configuration menu (This might be a red herring). yes no add cancel older | 1 | .... | 163 | 164 | (Page 165) | 166 | 167 | .... | 991 | newer HOME | ABOUT US |
The end result is not dramatic, but it's still anoying to see the 4 iSCSI login errors everytime we run a rescan. Thanks, PDA. 0 0 03/02/13--17:44: no nics shown The connection is easily established and I can browse, create folders, and upload/download to the datastore via NFS, but the speeds are horrendously slow (1KB/sec?!). This behavior is consistent between both every day. Any suggestion is very appreciate! http://popupjammer.com/error-unable/error-unable-to-initialize-memory-subsystem.html Re: Maximum allowed SCSI paths error sparrowangelstechnology Mar 1, 2013 9:13 AM (in response to SteveShepherd) under Hosts and clusters-> host-> configuratiuon-> storage adpatorsIf you click an adaptor it should show
Comment by photob0mb3r -- March 21, 2013 @ 7:09 pm | Reply whoah this blog is fantastic i love studying your articles. TrackBack URI Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Re: Maximum allowed SCSI paths error sparrowangelstechnology Mar 1, 2013 1:45 PM (in response to SteveShepherd) thanks for updating.in the future if this occurs you might be able to do that To remove the iSCSI target via the command I performed the following First I needed to list all the SCSI devices on the system and used the following command to do
hostd: 2013-04-29T11:55:21.623Z [4DD1BB90 info 'TaskManager' opID=7FB221AE-000008A8-9b] Task Created : haTask-ha-host-vim.host.StorageSystem.rescanAllHba-243041048 2013-04-29T11:55:21.626Z [FFED0A90 error 'HostsvcPlugin' opID=7FB221AE-000008A8-9b] Failed to refresh HBA vmhba0: Unable to scan VMkernel SCSI subsystem for new devices.Sysinfo error on configurable global Misc.APDHandlingEnable value with a default of 1 which equates to 140 second timeout etc If i get time i'll post a new blog article with links to vmware tids Click here to view the document "Configuration Maximums".